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Plug And Mix has announced the launch of version 3.0 of their V.I.P. Series Plug-ins that adds full 64-bit support for Mac OS 10.8 (Mountain Lion) and Windows 8, as well as compatibility with Avid's AAX format for Mac OS X and Windows.

Version 3.0 also includes the 14 most requested plug-ins by users to complement the 26 existing plug-ins of the previous V.I.P. Bundle.

The upgrade to V3.0 is free of charge for all owners.

The new plug-ins are:

Plug And Mix say that they have been working very closely with their carefully selected developers to create new plug-ins that their customers had requested. Sound quality was the first priority while always keeping in mind the ongoing goal of making the plug-ins as easy to use and efficient as the existing toolset included in the previous V.I.P. Bundle.

Now there are a total of 40 creative audio tools that let you take immediate control of your mixes without searching through a multitude of parameters.

Pricing & Availability

Until January 31, 2013, P&M products will be sold at the promoted price of $39 (MSRP $59) for the individual plug-ins and $299 (MSRP $499) for the full V.I.P. Bundle.

Learn more from the P&M website: www.plugandmix.com

P&M Plug-ins Downloads: www.plugandmix.com/downloads

Plug & Mix (formerly DC Plug-ins) is a company owned by DontCrack.com. P&M is a collaborative concept where they partnered with major plug-in manufacturers to fill a gap in the audio plug-in market.

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