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112dB updates Redline Monitor to support 64-bit hosts (AU & VST)

112dB has updated Redline Monitor, the high-quality near-field monitor simulation for headphones, to support 64-bit hosts (AU & VST). This update is a free download for all registered users.

To celebrate this new release 112dB is offering 50% off Redline Monitor until 30th September, 2013.

Redline Monitor is a listening, mixing, and mastering tool that makes your headphones experience more natural: as if the sound came from a pair of external speakers.

It replaces the extreme stereo separation that is characteristic for headphones by the detailed stereo image of near-field monitor speakers without any detrimental effect on the audio.


  • Transparent sound with perfectly flat frequency response.
  • Support for samplerates up to 384kHz.
  • True stereo soundstage with adjustable speaker position.
  • Separately adjustable phantom center level for optimal speaker matching.
  • Distance control to simulate placement of near-field monitors in room.
  • Auxiliary left/right solo and phase invert controls for critical listening.
  • Output switchable to mono for mono-compatibility checking.


Redline Monitor is available in VST (32-bit & 64-bit), AU (32-bit & 64-bit) & RTAS (32-bit) format, and is sold exclusively from the 112dB online store.

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Discussion: Active
16 September 2013 at 5:57pm

It's a sensational VST, but unfortunately mine has stopped working and the VST's "support" team - which appears to consist of the company owner and the company software developer are ignoring my pleas for help or a refund.

I suspect they have decided to place the 64-bit version as the 1.05 version download and, of course, that won't work in a 32-bit host.

I've advised both Nousch (the owner) and Martijn (the developer) of this but they are ignoring me and I'm £60 down with a non-operational VST. BAD NEWS.

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