“Apple appears to have acquired popular music plug-in and effect maker Camel Audio, based on information found on corporate registry site Companies House,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors. “Camel Audio’s address has been updated to 100 New Bridge Street, which is Apple’s London address, and the company’s sole director is now listed as Apple lawyer Heather Joy Morrison, suggesting the company is in the possession of Apple.”
“Camel Audio is known for its range of plug-ins, synthesizers, effects, and sound libraries, which were available via the company’s Alchemy software,” Clover reports. “Camel Audio first shut its doors on January 8, 2015, removing all access to its software from its website. At the time, the company did not divulge why it had suddenly ceased selling its content, but Camel Audio fans speculated about a potential takeover.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Arline M.” for the heads up.]