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DigitalCD updated with new Sonograph plug-in: "You can't stop this rock.."

By Chris Williams. Published: 10th Nov 15:23:10 | Permalink | Printable

André Timmerman's amazing DigitalCD has recently been updated with new plugins and a website stuffed with sound enhancements. You'll have to see it all for yourself..

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