Chicago, Illinois – WaveMachine Labs, Inc. has released an AAX-compatible version of Drumagog, their popular drum replacement plugin. Also released today are 64-bit VST and Audio Units versions for both Mac and PC. With these updates, Drumagog 5 is now compatible with Pro Tools 10/11, and 64-bit Digital Audio Workstations on the Mac and PC such as Logic X, Ableton Live 9, and Cubase 7.

Drumagog is a software plug-in which replaces acoustic drum tracks with the choice of other samples. But Drumagog also offers the “secret weapons” top mix engineers use to give hit records polish and power. It is this exclusive combination of replacement and enhancement tools that has made Drumagog the industry standard for more than a decade:

* Advanced Triggering Engine Catches All, Even Hi-hat Articulations
* Full-Wave Alignment
* Triggering, Dynamic Tracking, Stealth Mode and Auto-Ducking
* Matched Room and Overhead Samples From One Hit
* Drum-optimized Synthesizer
* Convolution Reverb (Platinum)
* Morph|Engine (Platinum)
* Plug-in Hosting (Platinum)

System Minimum Requirements:
* OSX 10.4.11 and Windows XP

Available now in all plug-in formats, this is a free update for registered Drumagog 5 users. It is available in three editions, Basic, Pro and Platinum.

Drumagog 5

For over a decade, WaveMachine Labs has created audio and music software used by professionals worldwide. Major studios and post-production facilities use their drum replacement plugin, Drumagog, on a daily basis to enhance and fix drum recordings. WaveMachine Labs also creates iOS software such as Auria, a 48-track audio recording system for iPad, as well as Voice Band and iGOG for the home musician. Based in Chicago, WaveMachine Labs strives to develop innovative audio software for both the professional and home-user alike. Copyright (C) 1999-2014 WaveMachine Labs, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Logic, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Ableton is a trademark of Ableton AG. Cubase and VST are trademarks of Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH.

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