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Synapse Audio Software has announced that DUNE has been updated to version 1.2.

 

This update introduces the Michael Kastrup signature soundset, adding 100 fresh patches to Dune. The patches can be found in bank C. The update is free to all registered users and can be downloaded from the service area.

 

Additional changes:

  • Improved VCO quality for the classic sawtooth and square oscillators, giving an even more transparent, analog sound.
  • Modulation and Pitch bend wheel now respond more smoothly.
  • Engine system introduced, which guarantees that any project made with any version of Dune always sounds the same, regardless of installed upgrades.
  • The engine version currently in use is displayed when clicking on the DUNE logo. Open a new instance of Dune to start with the current, latest engine.
  • Modulation Matrix has row numbers now.
  • Pitch Bend Up/Down wasn’t visually updated in some hosts when loading a project, fixed.
  • [Windows] In Cubase 5 64-bit, Dune could crash during initialization- fixed.
  • [Mac OS X] The Audio Unit now uses 20–30% less CPU than previously.
  • [Mac OS X] Modulation matrix destination menus have better and more logical ordering.

 

Pricing

Note that all Orion and SynthPack users may still upgrade to Dune for just $99 instead of $139, but only until 31st December 2010.

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