[NAMM] Steinberg/Open Labs Performance Solution
Steinberg North America and Open Labs LLC announced a live performance solution
It is designed to combine the Steinberg VST Protocol (Virtual Studio Technology) and Open Labs Music OS live performance software. Steinberg’s HALion 4 (VST Sampler and Sound Creation System), HALion Sonic (Premier VST Workstation) and Yamaha Vintage Plug-in Collection are now accessible on stage.
First launched by Steinberg in 1996, the VST Protocol is designed to create a studio and performance environment on a computer, allowing integration of virtual effect processors and instruments into the VST host application. The functions of a VST effect processor or instrument are controllable and automatable, either with a mouse or with an external hardware controller such as Steinberg's CMC Series and CC121 USB Controllers. VST also allows integration of external equipment.
Open Labs Music OS 3.0 or MOS is a music creation and live performance software designed to address the needs of both music creators and live performers. MOS was developed and optimized for touch screen use; however, a touch screen is not required when installed on PC desktops and laptop systems. Open Labs will update Music OS to support the Mac platform in the first half of 2012.
For more information and a list of solutions, visit www.openlabs.com
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