On February 27, 2004, Octiv announced the release of a free public beta of Volume Logic for Windows, the first audio digital re-mastering plug-in available for the Apple iTunes player. Volume Logic was first released for Macintosh in January 2004. A free 30-day trial version of Volume Logic for Windows is available at www.octiv.com/index.asp?content=request_iTunes_Win. The final released version will sell for $19.95.
“Our Volume Logic for Macintosh was a big hit and requests for a Windows version started coming in immediately,” said Octiv president and CEO Keith McMillen. “We’ve quickly responded to those requests with Octiv Volume Logic for Windows, which will greatly enhance audio for Windows iTunes.”
Octiv’s Volume Logic plug-in digitally remasters audio in real time with the same technology used by the pros in the music and broadcast business.
The Volume Logic plug-in incorporates a state-of-the-art 5-band dynamics processor that examines and adjusts the audio thousands of times a second. Low levels are intelligently raised and loud signals are kept under control, all in real time. Anything playing in iTunes, including MP3s, Internet radio or CDs, will be digitally remastered for consistent volume level and spectral balance. Files are not scanned or modified. All of the audio processing takes place in real time while the audio is sent to your speakers or headphones.
For more information, go to Octiv’s Website at www.octiv.com.