Spectrasonics release USB Drive editions for all its virtual instruments
Leading virtual instrument developer Spectrasonics has announced a major change in its delivery platforms that promises a dramatically easier and reliable installation process.
Available to buy now from Time+Space, the multi-award winning Omnisphere 2, Trilian and Stylus RMX, are now supplied on high quality metal credit-card style USB drives. These packaged drives mean the transfer speed is much faster than optical discs, saving users valuable music-making hours during the install process.
Eric Persing, Spectrasonics’ Founder and Creative Director, says, “We are extremely pleased to at last offer our whole line of virtual instruments in vastly improved modern platforms that truly match the rest of the premium experience of our award-winning instruments. We happily bid farewell to the era of optical discs and their eternal install times!”
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