MESSE07: Steinberg UB Updates

Steinberg announces updates to VSTi products for Intel-based Macs      28/03/07

MESSE07: Steinberg UB Updates


Steinberg has announced updates for its current VSTi range that will offer compatibility to Intel-based Macintosh computers. The updates will be available from April 2007 through Steinberg’s website.
Frank Seidel, Steinberg’s Product Manager for VST Instruments told us, “We’re very pleased to support this platform for our VSTi products, which include some of the most popular VST instruments on the market. Intel-based Macintosh computers are the hardware of choice for many users of Steinberg DAW and VSTi products, so we’re pleased to be able to respond with compatibility to Intel-based Mac computers.�
The VST instruments to be updated include HALion, HALion Player, HALion Player OEM, The Grand 2, HALion Symphonic Orchestra, HALion String Edition 2, Hypersonic 2, Virtual Bassist and Virtual Guitarist 2.
The updates to HALion and products based on HALion technology such as HALion Player, HALion Symphonic Orchestra and The Grand 2 will also include a range of product enhancements such as support for Windows Vista (32-bit). The HALion update also extends the supported import formats to include both GIGA 3 and Kontakt 2.
Pricing and Availability:
The updates will be available from April 2007 More information:



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