WNAMM09: V-Machine New Look, New Sounds

PC now, Mac soon      22/01/09

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8:2 mins
Danny Olesh gives us the update on the teenie VSTi player which has 1GB ram and USB connection for a live VSTi player and studio DSP expander.

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Babs    Said...

Nice idea, but I hope they will be around in 5-10 years and keep updating the software to work with future computer OS's- or this thing is will become an expensive boat anchor!

24-Jan-09 11:28 AM

NIck B    Said...

5-10 years? Would expect a laptop that ran VSTi to last that long?

I think it's a commendable product, the problem is that the authorisation of plugs is going to be the hurdle for many , and that it has a limited CPU power. However, the fact that it's running on a striped down, presumably Linux kernel means that it will be making the most of what power it does have.

24-Jan-09 01:33 PM

Jesse    Said...

I love the V-Machine concept! Great future for it.

29-Jan-09 12:58 AM

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