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August 31, 2004
FabFilter announced the release of version 3.0 of its FabFilter One synthesizer plug-in, which includes important new features, and is now also available for Mac OS X.
Originally released in March 2004, the FabFilter One's design approach results in a solid-sounding oscillator and a self-resonating cut-off filter that has been tuned carefully to achieve the character and warmth of a classic analog synthesizer.
FabFilter One 3.0 has been enhanced with a new ten-voice polyphony mode, modulation generator synchronization, filter keyboard tracking, and velocity sensitivity for both volume and filter cut-off frequency. They also developed a polyphonic portamento algorithm.
FabFilter One 3.0 is now available for $59 (US) as an Audio Units plug-in for Mac OS X and as a VST plug-in and stand-alone version for Window. System requirements are either Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther) or higher with an Audio Units host, or Windows XP, 2000, or 98 with a VST 2 host.
For more information, visit their web site at www.fabfilter.com