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Through Friday October 10, 2003
Sep 11 - 02:00 AM, by peterkirn Computer Hardware > Emagic
Computer Hardware : Emagic Renames Audio Interfaces - macmusicEmagic has announced it is renaming its USB audio interfaces, formerly the 2|6 and 6|2m, as the A26 and A62m. No other changes are being made to its hardware line other than the rebranding. Same box with a new name, in other words.
Sep 11 - 12:14 AM, by peterkirn Misc > Native Instruments
Misc : John Keane, TV Composer (CSI), Mac User - macmusicJohn Keane, a prolific TV composer for such shows as the US CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, is interviewed today on the Native Instruments website as a frequent user of the German developer's products. Dig down and you'll see Mr. Keane is a full-time Mac user. He has also been interviewed by Emagic as a Logic user. You can check out Mr. Keane's record, as well, on his website. (Warning: incompatible with Apple Safari.) Hopefully Mr. Keane will join us on this site, too!
Sep 10 - 12:17 PM, by clouvel Misc
Misc : Sonus on line - macmusicIt's not the iTunes Music Store, but it's an event in the little world of electroacoustic and contemporary music : the Canadian Electroacoustic Community set up the SONUS project.

SONUS is an online listening library (jukebox) of electroacoustic works, electronic or contemporary music works. For the very first time, about 1000 contemporary music works in full time version, are available for free listening.
Sep 10 - 06:15 AM, by peterkirn Virtual Instrument > Native Instruments
Virtual Instrument : NI FM7 Adds OS X, RTAS Support - macmusicNative Instruments is now shipping the 1.1.1 update to FM7, its FM synthesis virtual instrument, with new Mac OS X support and cross-platform RTAS Pro Tools support on both Mac and PC. Like previous OS X releases from Native, full support for AudioUnits, RTAS, VST, and standalone operation with CoreMIDI and CoreAudio is included, so you can use FM7 on its own or in whatever host software you prefer. The update isn't free: Native is charging US$29 for the update as a download (US$59 bundled with FM7 Sounds Vol. 1), US$49 for a CD (US$79 with sounds bundle).
Sep 10 - 06:06 AM, by clouvel (translated by ptilou)Industry
Industry : Locked CDs - macmusicIn september, a french tribunal judged that a locked CD with a anti-copy system (against audio piracy which make it inaudible with certain equipments), is affected by a hidden defect and must be refund.
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