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MX4 Version 2 unveiled at NAMM 2005

MX4, our unique multi-synth instrument, has quickly established itself as a synth plug-in worth adding to any desktop studio, whether you're just getting started or adding to a growing collection. And we've got great news for all MX4 users: Version 2 is packed with major new features and hundreds of new presets that instantly expand your sonic palette. Best of all, MX4 Version 2 will be a free upgrade to all MX4 users! It all starts with the pulsating, rhythmic textures of MX4 Version 2's new Pattern Gate...

  • Published: 2005-02-02 11:28:28

MachFive Version 2 Announced at NAMM 2005

MachFive, the first and only truly universal sampler instrument, is gearing up for a major upgrade. And best of all, if you purchase MachFive Version 1 now (or any time after January 20th, 2005), Version 2 will be free of charge. So if you're thinking about purchasing MachFive at your favorite MOTU reseller, there's never been a better time. Read on to see what's in store for you when Version 2 is released.

  • Published: 2005-02-01 10:12:40

DP 4.5 Wins Key Buy Award

The February 2005 issue of Keyboard Magazine has just hit the streets with an extensive review of DP 4.5, providing in-depth analysis of all the new features and overall commentary about DP's position in today's competitive audio sequencer marketplace. And the verdict? DP once again wins Keyboard's coveted Key Buy award as "...overall the most balanced DAW on the Mac."

  • Published: 2005-01-31 11:13:36

MOTU Symphonic Instrument Debuts at NAMM 2005

NAMM show attendees thronged the MOTU booth to enjoy live performances by keyboard artist Jordan Rudess and LA-based Brad Vinikow. Both artists brought to life their distinctive style, Jordan with his technical wizardry and Brad with his distinctive "left coast" sound, as each performer stretched out in solo performances playing a brand new virtual instrument unveiled by MOTU in a worldwide debut at NAMM. So what is this new instrument that left audiences applauding for more?

  • Published: 2005-01-28 14:51:35

Special Guest Artist Jordan Rudess to appear at MOTU booth

The NAMM show opened yesterday at the Anaheim Convention Center in sunny Southern California. As usual, MOTU (Hall A, booth #6410) is there to show off the latest in audio software and hardware recording technology, along with hundreds of other music industry product manufactures. Thousands of attendees will be on hand to see, hear and touch the latest wares. At the MOTU booth, "Magic" Dave Roberts will be on hand to demonstrate MOTU's latest offerings. In addition, Special guest Artist Jordan Rudess, keyboardist for the famed prog rock band Dream Theater, will appear in several live performances at the MOTU booth through Sunday.

  • Published: 2005-01-21 10:35:42