Logic - TDM and OSX Together At Last

Now online and ready for download      07/05/03

Updates continue to ship from the Emagic coders, after the Last Big Update (version 6.0) which saw PC development fall by the wayside in favour of Mac only upgrades. The latest increment allows the use of Digidesign TDM systems with Logic Platinum 6 under Mac OS X. It also provides the full functionality of Emagic's optional ESB TDM and PTHD Extensions in Mac OS X. This now provides TDM users with the opportunity to use the Emagic software instruments - ES1, ES2, EVOC20, EVP88, EVD6, EVB3 and EXS24 - in combination with the reliable, powerful TDM DSP hardware together with Logic Platinum 6 on the advanced Mac OS X platform. There's many detailed improvements for both Mac OS 9 and OS X versions, including the import of Akai S1000/3000 samples for the EXS24 mk II under Mac OS X. As a bonus for Logic Platinum 5 users who download the 6.1 update: You can now enjoy a free trial period of version 6.1 for 28 days, without any restrictions. To continue use of Logic Platinum 6 without any time limit, please consult your Emagic distributor for purchasing information regarding the Logic Platinum 6 Update.
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