Virus TI Gets OS Upgrade

OS 1.2.3 for the Access synth adds Intel Mac support      01/09/06

Virus TI Gets OS Upgrade


Access have made the latest operating system for their Virus TI available online. Universal binary support for Mac Intel users and improved stability are the main new features. Version 1.2.3. resolves startup and synchronisation issues, improves the handling of 48k projects, offers faster starting up of the Virus Control plug-in and other refinements.
Access say that they know that some of their customers like to be on the forefront of the very latest technology so they wanted to give these early Intel Mac adopters a chance to use Total Integration right away, even before most of the major hosts have been released.
Currently, there are not very many Intel Macs in use in music production, which makes a normal beta testing cycle difficult. Access say there are not as many Universal Binary (Intel Mac Native) hosts yet, and as they become available, they will need much testing and tweaking. Thus, those using the Virus TI as an early adopter of the new Intel Macs get to be part of the company’s transition process to Intel Mac and Access would appreciate feedback from those users. User’s impressions and results should be emailed to support@access-music.de More information:



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