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PR: 4/1/08: INFINITUDE! 1.0 Dynamic Exaggeration Plug-in

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sfxmachine
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Postby sfxmachine; Fri Mar 21, 2008 10:25 pm PR: 4/1/08: INFINITUDE! 1.0 Dynamic Exaggeration Plug-in

Saratoga, CA - April 1, 2008 The Sound Guy, Inc. has announced the release of INFINITUDE!™, their long-awaited dynamic exaggeration plug-in!

According to The Sound Guy, INFINITUDE! won't just make your music louder!

It won't just make your music ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE LOUDER!

With INFINITUDE!, your music will be INFINITELY LOUDER than anything the public has ever heard (or will ever hear again)! So loud, it will literally set the world on fire!

Using an undoubtedly patentable divide-by-zero process, INFINITUDE! ensures that your music is louder, and therefore better, than anyone else's!

"We were working on an app that would eliminate the +/- 1.0 limit on CD signal levels, allowing the range to go all the way to +/- 1.1!" explained CEO Earl Vickers! "But then one of our competitors came out with a product called Eleven, which pretty much killed the marketing plan!

"We went back to the drawing board and came up with a brand new concept: Twelve! But the engineering guys pointed out that our advantage would be temporary! We needed a way to leapfrog the competition, to go beyond incremental improvements and WIN THE LOUDNESS WARS ONCE AND FOR ALL!"

Enter INFINITUDE!, the Shock-and-Awe of the audio world!

INFINITUDE! lets you EMPHASIZE! EVERY! SINGLE! NOTE!

But The Sound Guy hasn't forgotten about those important spaces between the notes! With INFINITUDE!, the quiet, sensitive moments can be JUST AS LOUD AS THE REST OF YOUR SONG — OR EVEN LOUDER! The built-in Subtlety Remover!™ eliminates any hint of nuance, but without flattening your music! Instead, YOUR MUSIC WILL FLATTEN EVERYTHING WITHIN EARSHOT (basically, the whole universe)!

INFINITUDE! - Music never hurt this good before!

System Requirements:
We recommend speakers with an 8/0 ohm input impedance and a power amp with unlimited headroom!


The Sound Guy, Inc. is the manufacturer of Backwards Machine, ReSpatializer, SFX Machine RT, and SFX Machine Pro, an audio multi-effects plug-in that has won Editor's Choice awards from Electronic Musician and Mac Life magazines! For more information, visit http://sfxmachine.com!

Previous press releases: http://www.sfxmachine.com/presskit/index.html#41PR !

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Postby bduffy; Fri Mar 21, 2008 10:32 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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ckatrun411
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Postby ckatrun411; Fri Mar 21, 2008 10:51 pm

is this a joke?



its not april fools day yet. :-)
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Postby DuX; Fri Mar 21, 2008 10:52 pm

Maaan he's goood :lol:.

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Postby luxth; Fri Mar 21, 2008 11:07 pm

Subtlety Remover....want it :D
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Postby sfxmachine; Mon Mar 31, 2008 7:03 pm

I just got a bug report on another product, saying that all the text in the list boxes, etc., is upside-down. The customer included a screen shot.

I sure hope that's an April Fool's prank!
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Postby jens; Mon Mar 31, 2008 8:20 pm

ckatrun411 wrote:is this a joke?


No way this could be a joke!

What made you think this way? :?
'I don't know what makes XT2 sound at least 15% better than XT1, but it simply does.' - DJT

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Postby jens; Mon Mar 31, 2008 8:22 pm

sfxmachine wrote:I just got a bug report on another product, saying that all the text in the list boxes, etc., is upside-down. The customer included a screen shot.

I sure hope that's an April Fool's prank!


:lol:

Let's see the screenshot! :-D
'I don't know what makes XT2 sound at least 15% better than XT1, but it simply does.' - DJT

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Postby sfxmachine; Tue Apr 01, 2008 7:11 pm

jens wrote:Let's see the screenshot! :-D


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Sounds like it's not an April Fool's prank. Seems to only happen in DSPQuattro.
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Postby jens; Tue Apr 01, 2008 7:22 pm

:o :shock: :lol: :hihi:

I'm rather sure it's an april fool's joke - the best ones are those where you are really unsure.

It's not just simply upside down - it's mirrored*! :lol: - marvellous work! :love:




*which means the actual font couldn't be used for this by the application, if I'm not absolutely mistaken.
'I don't know what makes XT2 sound at least 15% better than XT1, but it simply does.' - DJT

http://www.myspace.com/rustymagicmusic
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Postby sfxmachine; Tue Apr 01, 2008 7:57 pm

jens wrote::o :shock: :lol: :hihi:

I'm rather sure it's an april fool's joke - the best ones are those where you are really unsure.


But I asked him, and he assured me it wasn't an April Fool's joke. :shock:
jens
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Postby jens; Tue Apr 01, 2008 8:22 pm

But your plugin uses a certain font-file for the letters, whether it is included with it or part of the OS, doesn't it?

And how could those letters suddenly appear mirrored? You either need a rather smart graphics algorithm for it or would need to have the all the mirrored letters available in the font-file, am I not right? :-)
'I don't know what makes XT2 sound at least 15% better than XT1, but it simply does.' - DJT

http://www.myspace.com/rustymagicmusic
ughnonumus
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Postby ughnonumus; Tue Apr 01, 2008 8:27 pm

I'm a bit confused, after reading the marketing pitch...what's being exaggerated? :shrug:
I've got nothing to sell...am I on the right site?

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