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Through Monday October 13, 2003
Sep 25 - 03:51 AM, by lepetitmartien Music Hardware > Dave Smith Instruments
Music Hardware : Dave Smith Instruments is Busy! - macmusicFrom our friends from EX5T, we learn that if you are the lucky owner of an Evolver, the new OS 1.5 in beta will be available to the public for testing. The beta is backward compatible, so no changes to old patches already in the beast.

Also, Dave Smith has made it quasi-official that he is working on a new polysynth. Admirers of Prophet 5s, VSs and other Wavestations will be in paradise :)
Sep 24 - 08:19 PM, by peterkirn Virtual Instrument > Native Instruments
Virtual Instrument : Absynth 2 AU Update - macmusicNative Instruments has released an update to Absynth 2 that allows Absynth to be used as an AU plug-in, enabling multiple instances and automation, along with all the usual features of the Absynth instrument. While compatible with Logic 5.51 and 6.X and Metro, the software is currently incompatible with MOTU DP 4.1; Native says it's working with MOTU on a fix.
Sep 24 - 07:20 PM, by peterkirn Computer Hardware > M-Audio
Computer Hardware : M-Revolution Drivers Add Support - macmusicMacFixIt has been following compatibility issues with M-Audio's M-Revolution PCI cards. Today they report M-Audio has released new 1.2.7 drivers that add G5 support under OS X 10.2.7, OS X 10.3 (Panther) support, and 4.0/5.0 audio mode support.
Sep 24 - 06:03 PM, by tulavu (translated by pesji)440network > MacMusic
440network : Theme Song: Download it, Hear it, Sing it - macmusicSince you passed by the Mac Music stand at the Apple Expo 2003, a very charming song has been stuck into your head. You dream of it every night, you whistle it all day, in the shower, while shopping, at work...

For those of you who didn't come to the AE 2003, it's the fabulous song composed and played by our two friends Soif and Nolot used in their demos. (You should have seen the audience singing "MacMusic" with them! Ha!)

This masterpiece, halfway between James Brown and "Tenue de soirée," is now available freely on the MacMusic website to satisfy all the fans and interest anyone curious.

All together, now!
Sep 24 - 04:04 PM, by peterkirn Plug-ins > Cycling '74
Plug-ins : AES: Cycling `74 to Show Pluggo for OS X - macmusicIt's the moment many of us have been waiting for: Mac OS X support for Pluggo, Cycling `74's superb and massive collection of Max/MSP-based audio plugins. AU support, too. This should also mean some more robust OS X support in Max/MSP. Cycling `74 will show off Pluggo for OS X at the AES (Audio Engineering Society) show here in New York, home city of MacMusic's English Editor-in-Chief, yours truly. So expect a full interview with Cycling `74 about this eagerly-anticipated software.
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