09.21.2006 02:19 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Roger Nichols Digital unveils universal binary software versions

Software firm Roger Nichols Digital (RND) has announced the availability of all five of its DAW plug-ins in universal binary versions, compatible with the new Intel-based Apple Macintosh Core Duo systems, in VST, RTAS and AU formats for leading species of Digital Audio Workstations. According to founder and CEO Roger Nichols, the new universal binary versions are designed to take full advantage of processing speeds and native DSP capabilities of the latest Mac computers. All plug-ins are also compatible with Windows XP.

RND offers a suite of five production and mastering plug-ins, developed by engineer-producer Roger Nichols for his own studio applications, which are now offered publicly. These new universal versions are being offered for a free 14-day evaluation period from the company Web site — no iLok account is required. A variety of purchasing options (both with and without iLok requirement) are being offered.

For more information, please visit www.rogernicholsdigital.com.

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