February 9, 2006

Audio Damage BigSeq Now Available...

by Chris Randall

After much trial and tribulation, and many colorful terms invented for Apple software engineers, BigSeq is now available. This is our first Universal Binary product on OSX, and our first to use Steinberg's new VST2.4 kit on both platforms, so we're just a tiny bit nervous. But all the testers are reporting problem-free operation on all three platforms (i386 OSX, PPC OSX, and Win32) and both formats (AU and VST) so I'm 99.999999999% confident.

BigSeq is US$39.00 for VST Windows and AU/VST i386/PPC OSX.

UPDATE: I was doing some research in my copious free time, and I think this may be the first new Universal Binary product, period. Someone prove me wrong? Crossgrades don't count.




Feb.09.2006 @ 9:36 PM
Yes! Ordered and ready to experiment.

Feb.09.2006 @ 11:07 PM
brandon daniel

Feb.10.2006 @ 10:05 AM
Ordered mine!! Cant wait to spend the weekend with this baby.

Feb.10.2006 @ 3:14 PM
Bjorn Vayner
About your research...

Automat has a universal binary too. But only for the AU.
And the build doesn't work all too well with a ppc ;)

And Plogue bidule is the second universal binary host after Logic.
Ableton should be along in a few days.


Feb.10.2006 @ 4:55 PM
you need to change your company name to Audio Crack.

Feb.10.2006 @ 5:46 PM
Chris Randall
Automat was already out, though. As was Plogue. (I got that today; I'm pleased to report that our shit works fine.)

I mean Universal Binary _new_ products. Not ports of old products.





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