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Korg finally announces the availability of the 64-bit version of their virtual instruments for Mac OS X and Windows.

The Korg Legacy plug-in collection is now available in 64-bit. It includes legendary Korg synths, including the MS, Polysi, Mono/Poly, Wavestation and M1, as well as the MDE-X effect processor and the LegacyCell.

Korg also announces the compatibility of the Korg Legacy with Mac OS X Mountain Lion.

You can download the update now from www.korguser.net.

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