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Octiv Award-Winning Volume Logic for iTunes Supports More Digital Jukeboxes

Volume Logic Now Supports Windows Media Player, Real Player,
Musicmatch Jukebox, Nullsoft Winamp, as well as iTunes

Pump up the Volume with Volume Logic Real-Time Digital Remastering

Berkeley, CA, November 11, 2004 – Octiv, the digital audio innovator, announced today that the award-winning Volume Logic digital remastering software for iTunes is now available for Windows Media Player, Real Player, Musicmatch Jukebox, and Nullsoft Winamp through a free public beta program until January 5, 2005. Final versions of Volume Logic will be priced at $19.95 for each player. The Volume Logic free beta software is available for download at the Octiv site at:

Announced in January 2004, Octiv Volume Logic was the first audio digital re-mastering plug-in for the Apple iTunes player. Volume Logic lets music lovers hear their favorite music with high-quality sound every time — even when listening on puny computer speakers. Volume Logic has won awards and accolades from numerous industry magazines, such as Pen Computing Magazine, “Top 10 iPod Accessories Award,” Macworld Magazine, MacAddict, and more.

“The results are amazing. With Volume Logic turned on, a cheap set of computer speakers sounds better, and a good set of speakers sounds superb,” said Jim Heid, Macworld, April 2004. Octiv Volume Logic improves the quality of the listening experience by digitally remastering audio in real-time with the same technology used by the pros in the music and broadcast business. Any play-list can sound professionally produced with automatic adjustment of volume dynamics and spectral balancing by Volume Logic.

The Volume Logic plug-in incorporates a state-of-the-art 5-band dynamics processor that examines and adjusts the audio thousands of times a second. Low levels are intelligently raised and loud signals are kept under control, all in real-time. Anything playing in Volume Logic- compatible players, including MP3s, Internet radio, or CDs, will be digitally remastered for consistent volume level and spectral balance. Files are not scanned or modified. All the audio processing takes place in real-time while the audio is sent to your speakers or headphones.

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Volume Logic for Windows Media Player, Real Player, Musicmatch Jukebox, and Nullsoft Winamp will be available for public beta downloads at, until January 5, 2005. The final version will be priced at $19.95/each player. For more information, see Octiv’s web site:

About Octiv
Octiv is improving the digital audio experience with volume management solutions for Internet and desktop media, consumer electronics, computers, and telephones. The Berkeley, California-based company was founded in 1999, by a group of experienced audio industry professionals. The company has received financial backing from 3i, FG II Ventures, Novus Ventures and Intel Capital. Additional information can be found on the Octiv web site,
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