For Immediate Release
Tony Agnello, Princeton Digital, Inc.
Plate Pried Free -
Classic Eventide Plate 2016 Reverb for Pro Tools TDM
Princeton, NJ (January 18, 2005) - Princeton Digital today announced the unbundling of its Plate 2016 - the recreation of the Eventide SP2016 Plate Reverb. As part of the Reverb 2016 bundle, Plate 2016 has become a favorite production tool for sculpting drum and guitar sounds.
"The Reverb 2016 plug-in has been shipping for over a year now and it's been gratifying to hear that people like the sound and find it to be a useful production tool," said Tony Agnello, President of Princeton Digital. "Several users have said that the Plate is particularly useful on drum kits and electric guitar and suggested that we release it on its own - so we have."
Plate 2016 supports sample rates of 44.1, 48, and 96 KHz. System requirements include: Pro Tools 6.0 or later, MAC OS X 10.2.4 or later, HD or Accel hardware, and iLok for demo & full authorizations thru iLok.com.
Plate 2016 is priced at $199 and is available now at www.princetondigital.com. The triple reverb bundle, Reverb 2016, will continue to be available at a $699 list price.
About Princeton Digital
Princeton Digital's mission is to leverage recent advances in signal
processing to offer modern versions of legendary effects and to create new
legends. Late in 2003, Princeton Digital announced its first Pro Tool
Plug-in, the Reverb 2016. In 2004, a Pro Tools recreation of the Ursa Major
Space Station SST-282 and a VST version of Stereo Room were introduced.
Princeton Digital also offers the SP2016 reverb algorithms in a 1U
rack-mount box available through Eventide, Inc.