Out With The Old, In With The New

Prosoniq end support for MacOS 9 and announce new MacOS X Intel plug-in products      26/11/07

Out With The Old, In With The New


Prosoniq have announced the end of their product support for MacOS 9 starting January 1st, 2008. They say that from the beginning of 2008 all OS 9 products and technologies will be discontinued and removed from the product portfolio and web site. If you are still using products under Apple's MacOS 9 or within the Classic environment of MacOS X the company recommends you either upgrade to the MacOS X version of the product (if available) or make sure you download all relevant update and support files from our web site before the end of this year.
Over the past months Prosoniq have been silently working on converting their existing MacOS 9/Carbon code to the new MacOS X Cocoa platform. They tell us that this important transition has become necessary to provide you with new versions of their products for the 32bit and 64bit Universal Binary (Intel+PPC) flavors of Apple's MacOS X in 2008.
Aside from several new and unique products that are currently being worked on, the release schedule for the second quarter 2008 includes a new version of their OrangeVocoder and the Prosoniq morph plug ins for the Intel and PPC Macs.
More details on supported plug in formats, features and pricing will be announced at the 2008 MusikMesse which is being held from March 12th-15th in Frankfurt, Germany.
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