Major Upgrade For MOTU Sampler

MachFive 3.0 gets rebuilt from the ground up with new sounds and signature instruments      14/09/11
Major Upgrade For MOTU Sampler


We brought you a preview from the NAMM show and now MOTU tell us that they are shipping MachFive 3.0, a major upgrade to their universal sampler for creative music production. Rebuilt from the ground up, version 3.0 includes a new user interface design, an extensive 45 GB sound library, seven signature instruments based on new scripting technology, a new hybrid synthesis engine, licensed algorithms from the IRCAM research institute, and many other new features and enhancements.
Jim Cooper, MOTU Director of Marketing, told Sonic State, "With exciting new features and unified, cutting-edge technologies, MachFive 3 achieves our goal: to deliver an inspiring creative sampler and sound design tool for musicians, producers, engineers, DJs, remixers, and sound designers." MachFive 3.0 supports Mac OS X (10.5 or later) and Windows 7/Vista. It operates stand-alone or as a plug-in (AU, VST and RTAS). 64-bit operation is available for supporting systems and hosts. Pricing and Availability:
MachFive 3.0 is now shipping. Price remains the same at $495. Registered version 1 and 2 users can upgrade to version 3 for $179. A competitive upgrade is also available, with proof of ownership, for $295. More information:

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mattsynth    Said...

$495.00 is way too expensive for my taste. It just software, and you still have to buy a computer to run it.

15-Sep-11 09:19 AM


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