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Steinberg has announced a new update for its HALion Symphonic Orchestra VST instrument that provides support for 64-bit editions of Windows Vista, as well as new ‘light’ programs for customers using 32-bit versions of Windows.


HALion Symphonic Orchestra is the latest Steinberg product to be made available in a 64-bit version, coming after the release of Cubase 5 for 64-bit Vista. Cubase 5 and HALion Symphonic Orchestra support VST Expressions, a new technology designed to offer enhanced handling of large sample libraries. The update is available now at www.steinberg.net.

The update also includes a new soundbank featuring ‘light’ versions of each instrument.

Pricing & Availability
Cubase 5 includes a 90-day trial version of HALion Symphonic Orchestra 16-bit Special Edition, which Cubase 5 owners can upgrade to the full 16-bit version for €99.00 in the Steinberg Online Shop.

The update to HALion Symphonic Orchestra 1.5 is now available as a download to all registered owners of HALion Symphonic Orchestra, including customers with the 16-bit Special Edition, at the Steinberg website: www.steinberg.net.
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