Sinevibes Announces Latest Updates

Diffusion, Dynamo, Turbulence and Oscillator plug-ins get new features      21/11/11

Sinevibes Announces Latest Updates


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Sinevibes has announced new updates for Diffusion, Dynamo, Turbulence and Oscillator AU effect and synthesizer plug-ins. They tell us that the improved versions respond to the user requests and introduce new features such as "touch" automation support and visual sequencer feedback.
Diffusion 1.0.3, Dynamo 1.3.3 and Turbulence 1.0.4 receive the following enhancements:
  • Current sequence position mark
  • Reworked graphics engine for much faster user interface response
  • Support for parameter automation begin/end gestures
  • User interface screenshot can now be saved in PNG format
Oscillator 1.2.1 brings these changes:
  • Support for parameter automation begin/end gestures
  • User interface screenshot can now be saved in PNG format
Pricing and Availability:
The updated Diffusion, Dynamo, Turbulence and Oscillator are free to all existing users, for new customers they are available at prices ranging from $19 to $59. All of them are Universal Binary 32/64 bit AudioUnit plugins for Mac OS X Leopard or later. More information:

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