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Elevayta releases Elevayta Productivity Tools v2.0


The Elevayta Productivity Tools bundle has been updated to version 2.0 and now includes these five plug-ins: Space Boy, FreEq Boy, Stream Boy, Extra Boy Pro, Del Boy.

The following major improvements have been made:

  • Code base updated to V2.4 of the VST standard.
  • New Look user interface (GUI) - larger displays, smoother parameters.
  • Tool Tips (configurable) provide instant information on parameter functionality.
  • Elevayta Del Boy plug-in added to the bundle.
  • Improved compatibility - Tested in: Adobe Audition 2.0, Cubase, SONAR, SoundForge, Tracktion, Reaper, N-Track Studio, Samplitude, Wavelab, Mixcraft, Plogue Bidule, TunaFish, etc.
  • Extra Boy Pro v5.00:
    • Significant reduction of memory resources.
    • User selectable color look-up-table for 2D display.
    • Optimized user interface code for smoother control.
    • Moveable ROIs (Select and drag using mouse).
  • Space Boy v5.00:
    • 'Freeze' function now stores the EQ curve. Capture the Tx EQ curve and store it as a preset, or with your project.
    • Logarithmic display scale (optional) for easier visualization.
    • Improved 'Mask' handling. 'Mask Low' & 'Mask High' replaces 'Mask Center' and 'Mask Width'.
    • Export 'Wormhole' EQ to Voxengo Gliss EQ - with full instructions.
  • FreEq Boy v5.00;
    • Easy switch between Logarithmic or Linear display scale for easier visualization.
  • Stream Boy v5.00.
  • Del Boy v4.00.

The Elevayta Productivity Tools offers "Single click" installation of all components, including instructions, and, at $89, a 25% saving compared to purchasing individual components.



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