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if MOTU updated Unisyn, would you buy it?

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Re: if MOTU updated Unisyn, would you buy it?

Postby James Steele » Mon Apr 22, 2013 8:59 pm

I'd have paid for it. I used to be able to use it on 10.6.8 but ONLY because I authorized on 10.5.x (Leopard). I can't remember right now but I think I may have killed off the authorization somehow and can't reauthorize now and I'm done. :( I might have a partition somewhere that can still run Unisyn. Ugh... I wish MOTU would not hold back that update. :(
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Re: if MOTU updated Unisyn, would you buy it?

Postby nk_e » Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:07 am

Shooshie wrote:The thing is, MOTU DID update Unisyn, and it would have been a free update. (but I'd have paid for it, no question) The programmer who did the work describes it in another thread.

They never posted the update, apparently. I waited and waited for that. I'd like to have had it.

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That's just sad. And they keep the prior version available for purchase...?

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Re: if MOTU updated Unisyn, would you buy it?

Postby zandurian » Fri Apr 21, 2017 5:45 pm

I absolutely would buy it. Long live D-50, DX-7 II and DW-8000 tones. They have unique features (and I spent many hours programming custom tones)


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