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September 16, 2004
Expanding the capabilities of its plugin player, Manifold Labs announced that Plugzilla will now support Linux Audio Developer's Simple Plugin API (LADSPA) based plug-ins. A Linux-based host that already supports VST plugins, the additional of LADSPA support will provide an even larger set of effects for Plugzilla users.
Plugzilla ships with hundreds of effects and instruments. New units will ship with LADSPA plugins and current owners will be able to upgrade their boxes by leveraging Plugzilla's net-aware Ethernet capabilities.
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