Karma-Lab updates for Korg keyboards
Karma-Lab has updated four of its control softwares for the Korg Kronos, M3, M50 and Oasys keyboards.
The four Karma Kronos, Karma M3, Karma M50 and Karma Oasys softwares are now available in version 2.2.9 for Mac OS X and Windows.
The update for Mac adds a universal version that can be used on OS X 10.4 to 10.8 with PPC and Intel processors, and even 10.9, Karma-Lab has indeed tested the early stage of Apple's new OS.
With this new version, users can now import and export .KGE files between the four applications and several issues have been corrected.
Windows users (XP to 8, 32 and 64-bit) benefit from the same enhancements and new features as the Mac version.
Registered users can now download the update for free from www.karma-lab.com. New customers can purchase licenses for $169 - $199 depending on the version.
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