Karma Lab Releases Major Updates For Korgs

New features for Kronos, Oasys, M50 and M3      30/07/13

Karma Lab Releases Major Updates For Korgs


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Karma Lab have been intouch to let us know about new updates to their KARMA Lab software for Mac and PC. Available for Kronos, M3 M50 and Oasys - its a smart arpeggiator/pattern sequencer software application that powers the  Korg Karma technology. Its also available for Yamaha's Motif series too.

Here are the new versions:

KARMA Kronos Software - for the Korg Kronos
KARMA M3 Software - for the Korg M3
KARMA M50 Software - for the Korg M50
KARMA Oasys Software - for the Korg Oasys

Version 2.2.9 of each program is available for both Mac and Windows. The update is free to registered users and available for purchase directly from Karma-Lab (US $169 to $199).

The new Mac versions are now Universal applications, and will run on Mac OS X 10.4 and higher, including 10.7 Lion and 10.8 Mountain Lion, PPC or Intel. They've also been tested on the Developer Preview of 10.9 Mavericks without any major issues. Furthermore, some enhancements such as the ability to import and export .KGE files between all four applications have been incorporated, along with a lengthy list of reliability enhancements and bug fixes. 

The new Windows versions include all of the same enhancements and bug fixes as the Mac versions, and runs on XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 (32 and 64 bit).

KARMA Kronos, KARMA Oasys and KARMA M3 software allow the in-depth editing of the many hidden KARMA parameters of the keyboard, and allow for the creation and editing of user GEs which can then be uploaded to the keyboard. KARMA M50 software provides all of the KARMA features, grooves and sounds of the Korg M3 to users of the Korg M50.

More information can be found at karma-lab.com

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