Camel audio is the company behind virtual instruments, plugins, and apps found in many DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations), including the very popular Alchemy software synth.
This comes after the company shutdown in January, then senior counsel for iTunes Heather Joy recently being listed as the company’s sole director, with Camel Audio’s headquarters registered at 100 New Bridge Street – one of Apple’s London addresses.
Apple haven’t commented on the plans moving forward, but it will likely be implemented into either their basic Mac OS X and iOS app GarageBand or their professional desktop app Logic Pro X. Equally we could see their resources put to work in the upcoming iTunes revamp.
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