More 64-bit and a special sale at VirSyn’s
VirSyn announces that three of its virtual synths are now fully ported to 64-bit format and are on sale for this special occasion.
The VirSyn Cube had been the first to go 64-bit, but only for the AU plug-in for Mac. Poseidon followed last June and today, both VST and AU formats are available in 64-bit version, along with the Tera synth.
To celebrate the event, VirSyn lowers the price of the three synths to 99€ each, and bundles them for 199€.
If you already own the 32-bit versions, the update is free.
The promotion is running until September 30th at www.virsyn.de.
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