Apple reportedly acquired audio software developer Camel Audio in January

Audio software developer Camel Audio announced in January that it would be shutting down for good and removing its software from sale, but no one knew quite why. However, it now appears that the company has been acquired by Apple.

Today Camel Audio updated some of its corporate information, including its address and directors, as listed on the UK government’s Companies House website. The new address is 100 New Bridge Street in London, which also happens to be the address of Apple’s UK offices.

As highlighted by MacRumors, Camel also updated its board of directors (seen in some of the filings below), removing all directors and replacing with just one person: Heather Joy Morrison, a member of Apple’s legal team.

Camel Audio was responsible for popular audio software such as the award-winning Alchemy synthesizer for desktop and mobile platforms, as well as sound libraries and effects plug-ins. The company’s team will likely be put to work on Apple’s music apps, GarageBand for iOS and OS X, and Logic Pro X. Camel will also continue supporting its own products until the first week of July.

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