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SpinAudio has released a new version of Virtual Mixing Console, an application that you can turn your computer into automatable multi-channel digital mixer with VST effects processing and a host for playing VST instruments.
This latest version adds improved plug-in synchronization, Waves VST plug-ins support and improved compatibility with Native Instruments Intakt/Kontakt/Kompakt, Steinberg Halion, G-Media ImpOSCar, Korg Legacy Collection, SpeedSoft VSampler and Arturia Moog Modular.
System Requirements: Platform: Intel Pentium, and compatible CPUs Operating Systems: 2000/XP
Minimal Configuration: Pentium 1 GHz, 256 Mb of RAM, Video adapter that supports running in high color mode. 7Mb of free hard disk space.
Virtual Mixing Console is now available for purchase in SpinAudio on-line shop with a price of 59 USD.
For more information, visit their web site at www.spinaudio.com