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URS (Unique Recording Software) announced Everything Bundle v3.0, which includes a new ICON Console-inspired EQ plug-in -- the URS FullTec Program EQ. URS is the first Digidesign Third Party Developer to design plug-ins that map perfectly to the ICON D-Control Master EQ section...

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August 9, 2004

URS (Unique Recording Software) announced Everything Bundle v3.0, which includes a new ICON Console-inspired EQ plug-in -- the URS FullTec Program EQ. URS is the first Digidesign Third Party Developer to design plug-ins that map perfectly to the ICON D-Control Master EQ section, according to the company. This concept enables the user to relate to a unified plug-in layout on screen and on the console.

The URS FullTec EQ is a five-band Super Program EQ concept. One band digitally recreates the Pultec EQP-1's low frequency shelving with simultaneous boost and attenuation. Three bands of peak equalization that digitally recreates the midrange boost and attenuation of the Pultec MEQ-5 and the high frequency boost of the Pultec EQP-1a. Each peak EQ band has its own bandwidth Q control. The fifth band features high frequency shelving with simultaneous boost and attenuation.

Features

  • Pro Tools 6.4.1 and Panther OSX 10.3.4 compatibility
  • Pro Tools 6.1 and Jaguar 10.2.8 compatibility
  • Pro Tools 5.3.1 and Mac OS9 compatibility
  • Full Windows XP support
  • Full Pro Tools TDM support for Pro Tools|HD Accel, Pro Tools|HD and Pro Tools 24|MIX systems
  • Full 192 kHz support for TDM, RTAS and AudioSuite versions
  • Full ProControl, Control|24, Command|8 and Digi 002 support
  • Full ICON Console Control Surface support -- including center section EQ panel
  • Supports Mbox, Digi 001, Digi 002, Digi 002 Rack, Pro Tools|24 MIX, Pro Tools|HD and Pro Tools|HD Accel

Everything Bundle v2.0 owners can upgrade to the FullTec Program EQ for free. Everything Bundle v2.0 owners can login to the URS web site and download the latest version of the Everything Bundle v3.0.

Pricing and Availability

  • The FullTec Program EQ TDM version lists for $499.99 and includes TDM, RTAS, and AudioSuite for Macintosh OSX and OS9 and Windows XP.
  • The FullTec Program EQ Native version lists for $249.99 and includes RTAS and AudioSuite for Macintosh OSX and OS9 and Windows XP.
  • The Everything Bundle v3.0 TDM version lists for $2299.99 and includes TDM, RTAS, and AudioSuite for Macintosh OSX and OS9 and Windows XP. Owners of the URS Classic Console EQ TDM Bundle can upgrade to the Everything Bundle v2.0 for $1499.99
  • The Everything Bundle v3.0 Native version lists for $1149.99 and includes RTAS and AudioSuite for Macintosh OSX and OS9 and Windows XP. Owners of the URS Classic Console EQ Native Bundle can upgrade to the Everything Bundle v2.0 for $699.99.

A demo version is available -- iLok required.

For more information, visit their web site at www.ursplugins.com

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By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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