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October 12, 2004
A major update for Lampthruster, a non-linear processing module/tube amp simulation, PC VST plug-in is now available. Lampthruster adds the smoothness, brightness or warmness--depending on the settings--often associated with analog tube gear, according to the company. It is intended for treating individual tracks, be it vocals, drums, synths or guitars, or whole mixes or mix subgroups.
This major update features an all-new user interface which offers the user all standard Voxengo plug-in features including preset management and A/B comparison buttons. Lampthruster processing efficiency has been improved. Beside these additions plug-in now features low- and high-shelving filters.
Voxengo Lampthruster features:
Version 2.0 is a free update for all existing registered users of the previous Lampthruster version.
For more information, visit their web site at www.voxengo.com