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April 22, 2004
Acoustics Systems announced the official release of Tassman 4 for Mac OS X and Windows. Tassman 4 offers musicians and sound designers an even broader range of creative possibilities with a new synth and preset library created by sound designers, the possibility to process live audio inputs, sync to host capability and improved acoustic modules. Tassman 4 also includes new functionalities for the management and design of presets such as an output effect section, new effect modules and a performance mode.
Based on AAS' physical modeling technology, the Tassman is an entirely modular sound design solution, offering a near infinite range of creative possibilities for emulation of acoustic instruments, analog and FM synthesizers, and unique hybrid constructions simply not possible by any other means of synthesis.
Pricing and Availability
The Tassman 4 is available now for both Windows and Mac OS X platforms. Existing Tassman users can upgrade to the new version for US$99 from the Applied Acoustics Systems website.
Note that users who bought or unlocked Tassman after the 1st of January 2004 can upgrade free of charge.
For more information, visit their web site at www.applied-acoustics.com