A quick update regarding the compatibility of our software with MacOS High Sierra released by Apple this week: so far, so good!
We are glad to announce the release of Blue Cat’s Destructor 1.1, including several workflow and user interface enhancements (full change list below).
With more than 200 additional visual styles, new locking features for improved presets management, contrast adjustments for spectrograms, as well as a couple of other GUI improvements, the plug-in has become even easier to use, check it out! Of course, the update is free for existing customers, as usual! Continue reading
To follow up on the dark side of the Destructor, we are glad to interview today Sink, who was part of the beta testing team for Blue Cat’s Destructor and also created many factory presets for the plug-in.
Our new plug-in, Blue Cat’s Destructor, will be soon available. So we thought you would be interested in looking at the “dark side of the plug-in” and know more about how it came to life, before getting your hands on it in a few days!
Here is a Q&A session about this new plug-in with our founder and CEO, Guillaume Jeulin. Continue reading
We have just received the new Blue Cat Audio Goodies at the office, and they look great!
Want to wear, carry of drink blue cats? Check them out!
We’ll be exhibiting at the IMSTA FESTA in Chicago this Saturday, so if you are in the area, come and see our demos at the show!
This is a free event, you just need to register on the website. We’ll be glad to meet you there!
With a massive update of 16 plug-ins, in all plug-in formats including a new one (VST3), it’s a lot of things happening behind the scenes of bluecataudio.com, even if it just looks like a few lines of “new features & improvements” in the release notes.
So we’d like to give you an insight of what’s going on at the office for such an event and share the story with you. This blog is called “The Dark Side of the Cat” after all, and trust me, it’s pretty dark out there! Continue reading