FerricTDS appeared in this month edition of UK’s Computer Music Magazine which also covers a short interview with me. Read the full article in the magazine or just click right here (Spoiler Alert!): [Read more…]
Exactly one year ago I’ve opened this Blog and during the year I’ve been really surprised over and over again about getting so much feedback here from you. Meanwhile, the posts here have been read half a million times and some posts even received more than hundred comments. Occasionally, this Blog hits the Top 100 WordPress list – on balance not too bad for the very first year. [Read more…]
There will be some delay on the forthcoming plug-in updates due to some unexpected technical problems. This affects the announced maintenance release for BootEQ mkII and the epicVerb 1.5 update. An updated version of FerricTDS containing the awaited input level switch will be postponed as well. I don’t now yet how long this delay will be.
Yeah, right – we did it: “With over twice as many points as the second placed entry, FerricTDS by bootsie, a Windows VST effect Tape Dynamics Simulator plug-in is the clear favourite in this years Challenge. Bootsie wins 30% of the prize fund as the top Windows entry!”
Many, many thanks for your support during the challenge!
An important major update for the epicVerb digital reverberation simulator is (almost) done and will be released in the beginning of December 2009. It not only features some bugfixes and major stability improvements but also some re-worked algorithms which supports way more dense and three-dimensional reverberation processing.
Both maintenance releases are containing important stability improvements, especially for the memory issues that were causing crashes when deleting plugins in some host applications.
The Density mkII v2.0.2 update is available through the downloads page here.
The FerricTDS v1.0.2 update is available through the KVR Developer Challenge over here.
The 2.0.1 maintenance release for Density mkII is out now.