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Version 4.6, any ideas?


Hi everybody,

a simple question to discuss.
Any idea or suggestion, what plug in will be released with version 4.6?
Are there more Neve plug ins in work or will UA come with another \"big deal\" (like the Neve) around?
Manley or API would be very interesting.

Merry Christmas
I'm definitly more concerned about the 64bit drivers that we are still waiting after.
I saw this on the jobs available section:

\"Jobs Available:

Senior Driver Developer
IT Manager/System Administrator
Title: Senior Driver Developer
Status: Full Time
Reports to: Director of Software Development
Where: Universal Audio, Inc. Santa Cruz, CA
Salary: Based upon experience
Start date: ASAP
Resumes to: jobs@uaudio.com

Join one of the fastest-growing and coolest companies in the Professional Audio Industry in the beautiful location of Santa Cruz, California. Universal Audio, developers of classic hardware mic-preamps, compressors, digital hardware and award-winning DSP software is looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join its world-class Software Development Team.

We are seeking a person who has significant experience with device driver development on the Windows and Macintosh platforms, preferably in the audio domain.

The primary responsibility of this position is to develop and evolve device driver technology for our audio signal processing hardware. This will involve device driver development for the WinXP (both 32 and 64-bit), and OS X operating systems.\"

I just hope that they don't count on that guy they are looking for to do the drivers!!! :)
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