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There are many ways to improve the sound quality of your computer, but this one is only for ITunes. Berkeley-based Octiv, has just 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 […]

There are many ways to improve the sound quality of your computer, but this one is only for ITunes. Berkeley-based Octiv, has just 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.

Octiv’s Volume Logic plug-in improves the quality of the listening experience by digitally remastering audio in real-time with the same technology used by the pros in the music and broadcast business. Any iTunes playlist can sound like a professionally produced CD with automatic adjustment of volume dynamics and spectral balancing by Volume Logic.

Volume Logic was first released for Macintosh in January 2004, and has already won Pen Computing Magazine’s Top 10 iPod Accessories Award, March 2004 issue. Download a free 30-day trial version of Volume Logic for Windows. Final released version will sell for $19.95.

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  1. DRS’s Radley weblog Friday, February 27, 2004

    iTunes can sound even better …

    Octiv have just announced Volume Logic for Windows:Volume Logic Ìü² The first iTunes audio plug-in is now available for Windows 2000 and XP. Makes real-time digital remastering a reality for all iTunes audio. Any playlist sounds great with automatic ad…

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