Image Line Software, a leading developer of innovative audio software solutions, will present its audio software portfolio at this year’s edition of Musikmesse which will take place in Frankfurt, Germany from April 1 to 4, 2009.
Visitors and media representatives are welcome at Hall 5.1, Walkway D, Stand 60 where the Image Line team will be on hand to demonstrate and discuss their flagship music production suite FL Studio (formerly FruityLoops). For those with an interest in live performance, the company will also be presenting Deckadance DJ mixing software (available for both MAC and PC) and Hardcore – a VST software simulation of the 10 most popular guitar effects pedals.
Further, updates to Edison (an advanced wave editor/recorder as both a standalone and VST plugin version) and the recently released Gross Beat (a time manipulation effect designed for repetition and scratching effects) will be introduced and demonstrated during the event. Music makers and hobbyists will also have the opportunity to test and enjoy the latest Image Line Software virtual synthesizers Ogun and related Autogun – both specialised ‘metallic’ synthesis plugins, as well as Sawer – analog modelling synthesizer based on the rare 1980’s ‘Soviet era’ Polivox.
Visitors are invited to collect a complimentary copy of the Image Line Software Showcase DVD with a free copy of Edison (value $99 USD) along with detailed descriptions and trial versions of all other software products.
”This year’s participation at Musikmesse is very important for Image Line, first because our product portfolio has increased significantly and we have many new things to show, and second because the event coincides with Image Line Software’s 15th anniversary. We are excited and proud to present the results of our 15 years hard work. and looking forward to sharing this special moment with our partners and clients” said Frank Van Biesen, CFO of Image Line Software.
More information about these products can be found at the website.