Sinevibes Updates Diffusion Synth And Launches Summer Sale

Reworked GUI and faster processing among other changes      29/06/12

Sinevibes Updates Diffusion Synth And Launches Summer Sale


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Sinevibes has announced a major update for its Diffusion AudioUnit synthesizer. Among other improvements, new version 1.2.0 boasts a thoroughly redesigned user interface, new sequencer features and a bigger factory sound collection.
The full list of changes includes:
  • Reworked user interface with more accurate graphics, improved color scheme and contrast, and simplified sequence length selector.
  • New per-step modulation depth randomization feature.
  • 20% faster processing performance.
  • Fixed slight host de-synchronization on long-held notes.
  • 10 new preset patches.
Summer Sale
In addition, Sinevibes has announced a big summer sale: its entire plug-in collection can be purchased for just $99 until the end of August (regular price: $119). The package includes a total of 10 synthesizers and effects, such as Reactive, Deep and Sequential, which recently received praise and awards from Computer Music and Music Tech magazines.
Pricing and Availability:
Diffusion is immediately available for free to all existing users, and new customers can purchase it for $29 as an AudioUnit plugin for OS X version 10.5 or later. More information:

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