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PSP releases ConsoleQ v2.0.0 and updates Lexicon PSP42 to v2.0.1

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PSPaudioware

PSPaudioware has released version 2.0.0 of PSP ConsoleQ and updated Lexicon PSP42 to v2.0.1.

New in PSP ConsoleQ v2.0.0:

  • 31 band spectrum analyzer.
  • Adjustable frequency plot on the analyzer's panel.
  • Frequency and Level values shown on GUI.
  • You can use SHIFT to precisely adjust frequencies of bands.
  • Apple Silicon full compatible compilations for ARM architecture.
  • New AAX engine for macOS and Windows.
  • Available AAX configurations:
    • Mono (on Mono tracks).
    • Mono-Stereo (on Mono tracks).
    • Mulit-Mono (on Stereo tracks and surround tracks).
    • Multi-Channel (on Stereo tracks).
  • Improved AAX stability.
  • New VST3 format.
  • Improved version of PSP PRESET BAR.
  • Graphic engine with zooming.
  • Presets explorer system.
  • Added hints for each control.
  • ILok licensing system (allowing our users to store 3 licenses on hard-drive/iLok dongle).
  • Added double precision processing.
  • New presets added.

Intro Price: $29 until the October 11th, 2023 (Reg. $99).

YouTube.com/watch?v=jxBrnuzBrYE

Bug Fixes in Lexicon PSP42 v2.0.1:

  • Resolved issue with Infinity mode allowing delay adjustment through up/down button pressing.
  • Fixed audio glitches or crashes occurring at sample rates greater than 96kHz.
  • Addressed inconsistency in wet signal level at sample rates above 48kHz.
  • Rectified signal level discrepancy after switching to DLYx2 mode.
  • Adjusted the 'Manual' parameter to ensure proper filtering.
  • Fixed floating loop point for reverse and bounce directions.
  • Corrected Logic Pro (macOS only) pink screen when editing values.
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