Building for ARM means dropping support for Mac OS 10.8 or earlier, as well as dropping 32-bit support. We would like to keep supporting customers using older systems as long as possible. Since newer Macs with Apple Silicon machines have been released very recently, they are not widely used yet.
Also, most host applications are Intel only, so they will load plug-ins as Intel binaries with the Rosetta 2 translator on newer Mac anyways.
But keep in mind that our previews are usually very stable, so you can use them safely on your new (or old) Mac!
And feel free to send us your feedback about these previews, whether you are running an Apple Silicon or Intel Mac!
It was the opportunity to meet great people (most of them guitar addicts), wear odd face masks, exchange ideas and licks, discover new guitars, and also shoot a couple of videos, demonstrating and discussing our guitar software.
It was definitely worth the 2000 kilometers drive, especially if you consider that all other events in the industry have been cancelled so far. Here are the first videos shot during the event and a couple of pictures to show you the place. Continue reading →
While we won’t be able to meet with all of you and demo our new products and updates on the show floor this year (yes there are new products coming!), we’ll keep posting details along the way on our website, forums, social medias, newsletter…
So until shows and gatherings are back (hopefully later in 2021), stay safe online, and keep connected!
Have you ever wondered how you could create your own audio or MIDI plug-ins, without headaches, deep knowledge of C, C++, compilers and linker errors?
Ilya Orlov (also known as “Letimix”), developer and creator of fantastic tools for Plug’n Script, explains you everything you need to know to get started with Plug’n Script and create your own plug-in easily.
Within 20 minutes, with these two video tutorials, you should be able to write your first dsp scripts and export a plug-in of your own, check them out! Continue reading →