Crysonic Expand Plug-In Compatibility

Upcoming support for many Mac and PC formats      21/06/07

Crysonic Expand Plug-In Compatibility


Crysonic have announced full support for the most popular platforms starting within two weeks. All current Crysonic technologies and products including future releases will soon be available in multiple plug-in formats such as Universal Binary (Intel/PPC) Mac OS X AU, VST, Native Windows XP/ Vista PC VST and Stand Alone versions on applicable Products. Updates of the current Crysonic product line are expected to become available later this month.
Jay C. Topcu, CTO at Crysonic told us, "Along with the move to support more plug-in formats we have some very exciting new technologies and products in the pipeline including updates to our current products with many new features such as Nintendo Wii controller support for direct real-time control of any button or dial for live use and automation recording. This transition is much more then offering Universal Binaries, we are growing rapidly as a company and forward in sonic quality".
Pricing and Availability:
All current customers of Crysonic will receive free or a very reasonably priced path to these new available options depending on the license they own. More information:



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