BIAS will release free downloadable updates in May with full Tiger compatibility for Peak, the award-winning stereo editing, processing and mastering application - and Deck, the popular multitrack surround-capable digital audio workstation software.
BIAS established itself early on as a leading developer of Mac OS X-native audio software with the release of Peak DV 3.0 (the digital video edition of the award-winning digital audio editing application) in November 2001, the first commercially available pro audio application available for Mac OS X. BIAS continues the cutting edge Mac OS development with SoundSoap 2 and SoundSoap Pro that are running on Mac OS 10.4 the first day that it is available, as well as the forthcoming free Tiger-compatible updates for Peak and Deck.
SoundSoap 2, and SoundSoap Pro are available now through the worldwide network of authorized BIAS dealers and distributors. Peak 4.14, and Deck 3.54 - free updates with full Tiger compatibility will be available in May 2005.
For more information, visit www.bias-inc.com.
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