PSP is pleased to inform us that they have released the successor of their PSP MixPack bundle. PSP MixPack2 not only updates both the usability and the processing algorithms of the original PSP MixPack plug-ins, but adds an exiting new processor: PSP MixGate2.
PSP MixPack2 is a collection of five high-resolution, high quality audio processors designed to improve the quality of your digital audio tracks and mixes (VST and RTAS for Windows; AudioUnit, VST and RTAS for MacOSX UniversalBinary). These processors were not modeled on specific hardware analog processors, but rather on the sound and features of many analog circuits, with the goal of designing processors that can assist you in taming the sterility and harshness that often plagues digitally recorded audio. Don’t let the name of this bundle fool you – while we worked hard to develop a plug-in pack that would help your mixes shine, these plug-ins are high enough quality to be at home in mastering or live tracking situations as well. All plug-ins utilize 64-bit double precision floating point algorithms throughout their entire signal path and support sample rates of up to 192kHz. The kit consists of: PSP MixBass2, PSP MixTreble2. PSP MixSaturator2, PSP MixPressor2 and PSP MixGate2.
PSP MixPack2 is available for both Mac OSX and Windows. The OSX version is Universal Binary so the plug-in can now be used on both PowerPC and new Intel-based Macintosh computers.
The owners of the PSP MixPack can get the new plug-in at discounted price of USD 49.00 until May 1st, 2008. After this date the upgrade price will be increased up to USD 79.00.