The plug-in maker, which appeared to shutter earlier this year, now lists Apple’s London digs as its corporate address and an Apple lawyer as its director.
Camel Audio is now a part of Apple.
All signs point in that direction, at least. Mac Rumors reports that the plug-in maker behind the mammoth Alchemy software instrument, which appeared to have folded earlier this year, is now listing Apple’s London address as its headquarters and an Apple lawyer as the company’s director. There’s no word on what Apple has planned for the apparent acquisition, though it’s a safe bet that their technology will be incorporated into Logic Pro, Apple’s recently updated DAW. The company advised in January that previously purchased products would still be available for download through July 7th of this year.