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October 25, 2004
Metric Halo has released ChannelStrip Native for OS X. Registered users can upgrade by contacting Metric Halo or their local dealer. ChannelStrip Native includes Audio Units (AU), MAS, VST, and RTAS support, all in one license. With one license for ChannelStrip Native, Mac OS X users can use ChannelStrip with just about every major audio program available for Mac, including Logic 7, Cubase SX 3, Digital Performer 4.5, Nuendo 2, Pro Tools 6, Final Cut, and GarageBand, amongst others.
Pricing for the OS X upgrade is $149.99 for immediate fulfillment from Metric Halo and Metric Halo dealers worldwide. Retail upgrade packages are shipping now. ChannelStrip Native for OS X is priced at $345. More information is availablefrom email@example.com.
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