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US Boz Digital Labs releases The Hoser for Mac and Windows      10/06/15

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Boz Digital Labs has released the latest in their David Bendeth signature line, The Hoser. They say that the Hoser is an EQ plug-in that is modelled after a very musical hardware EQ from Canada and makes a great channel channel EQ to give that cohesive feel to your mixes.

A spokesperson said, "The Hoser takes advantage of some of the benefits of working in the digital domain, all while staying true to the analog sound. It is really the best of both worlds."

Available in two versions, The Hoser XT offers separate Mid/Side and stereo control, as well as standard stereo/mono mode. The Hoser is the little brother to The Hoser XT and features the same algorithm in a compact stereo/mono only format. When you buy Hoser XT, you get The Hoser, for free.

Pricing and Availability:

The Hoser XT: $89.00

The Hoser: $79.00

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