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The Mystery Islands MS2KxR in beta 1.0.0

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Mystery Islands announces the availability of the public beta 1.0.0 of their MS2KxR editor/librarian plug-in for the MS2000 Korg synths.

The MS2KxR had been announced last March and it was expected in April (read this news for full details), but we had to wait a bit longer to discover the first public beta 1.0.0 of the editor and librarian dedicated to the Korg MS2000 series keyboards. Mystery Islands adds that the librarian section is still not working as expected.

The VST and AU plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows is available at www.mysteryislands-music.com for the introductory price of 39.95 € + VAT while in beta, regular price will be 49.95 €.

Mystery Islands adds that they will soon offer a special version of the MS2KxR plug-in for the Korg microKORG, they are also working on plug-ins for the Clavia Nord 3 and Novation KS series.

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