GForce impOSCar Goes UB

Gforce soft synth updated to be Intel Mac compatible      27/03/07
GForce impOSCar Goes UB

It’s been a huge job for GMedia to roll out Universal Binary editions of their soft synth range, but the company tell us that they are now on a roll and and here’s number two. After the successful M-Tron roll out, the UB update to impOSCar will be available this week. The impOSCar soft synth is modelled on the very popular British OSCar synth that was used by the likes of Ultravox, Jean-Michel Jarre, Orbital, Underworld and Stevie Wonder.
impOSCar has a legion of famous admirers including Orbital’s Phil Harntnoll (who says ‘I love it!’), Trent Reznor (‘I can’t believe how great it is!’) and the original designer of the hardware synth Chris Hugget (‘It looks right and sounds right’).
GForce tell us that awards have been heaped on the synth by the music technology press and it has received Future Music’s Platinum Award, Electronic Musician's Best Software Emulation & Editor's Choice Award, Computer Music’s Editor's Choice & Performance Award. Music Tech Magazine's Recommended Award and Keyboard Magazine's Key Buy Award. It has also remained the top rated commercial plug-in instrument for well in excess of a year at KvR Audio.
GForce are promising that Universal Binary versions of their remaining instruments will now be released very quickly – in a matter of weeks, in fact.
Pricing and Availability:
The UB update will become available on 28th March and is free to users who purchased and registered their instrument after the 1st October 2006. For these users the instrument has automatically been allocated to their accounts at the GForce website.
If you purchased your impOSCar before 1st October 2006, you will need to update to the Universal ImpOSCar via the shop at £13.99 (plus VAT), €19.99 (plus VAT) or $26.00.
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