The Vienna Symphonic Library has introduced a major upgrade to its MIDI and audio LAN solution Vienna Ensemble 3, changing its name to Vienna Ensemble PRO.
Vienna's software developers first created a MIDI and audio cross-platform network solution designed to incorporate both Macs and PCs into an integrated “super-system”, using a simple Ethernet cable.
Now, Vienna Ensemble PRO will offer 3rd party plug-in hosting. Users will be able to instantiate their favorite VST/AU sample players and virtual instruments from other companies alongside Vienna Instruments, and add any VST/AU effect plug-ins they choose to their mix – 32-bit or 64-bit – all in one interface.
Another important feature is the new Preserve function. Now it's possible to keep one's templates and instruments loaded while switching from one project to another. Users can disconnect their DAW host from Vienna Ensemble PRO, bring up a new song in their sequencer, and re-connect – all the samples and instruments remain loaded, which will speed up the work-flow significantly, according to VSL.
The mixer automation and an improved GUI design round out the new features of Vienna Ensemble PRO. The update will soon be available in the download section of Vienna's web shop.
Registered users of Vienna Ensemble 3 will be able to upgrade FREE of charge.
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