- Created on Wednesday, 24 April 2013 12:24
Free updates for ACE, Diva, Zebra2, Uhbik, MFM2, Filterscape, Podolski, Triple Cheese and The Dark Zebra have arrived!
- supported formats now include VST3 (Mac/Win) and 64-bit VST2 (Mac).
- new installers with improved support for Windows 7/8 and OS X Mountain Lion.
- numerous niggles and bugs fixed. (see changelog)
Available now - simply download and follow instructions.
Note for users of The Dark Zebra: TDZ (including ZebraHZ) is now a separate install from Zebra2. It should be installed after Zebra2 and registered using Zebra's serial number. To have access to updates, The Dark Zebra owners will need to set up an account at u-he's support page.
Hotfix for VST2 Mac
We've uploaded new Mac versions (revision 1560) for those who can't find Uhbik-D or Zebrify as VST2 Mac 32/64 bit. This was related to a hiccup on our build servers which is now fixed - two text files were corrupted. Just download and install again. (There is no need to update if you use VST3/AU only, or if you're on Windows)
- Created on Wednesday, 24 April 2013 13:42
We're just back from an amazing week at Musikmesse in Frankfurt. We met many friends, had great chats wih hundreds of people and we had an outstanding portfolio of announcements:
- Created on Tuesday, 18 December 2012 15:06
We're happy to announce that and old gem from the past has been resurrected! Podolski used to be magware until a few years ago. We chose it as our first plug-in that features VST3 support for Mac/Win and VST2 64-bit on Mac. Freeware!
- Created on Tuesday, 18 December 2012 15:33
We're getting closer to porting all Uhbiks to Rack Extensions - we've just released two more! Uhbik P (Phaser) and G (Grains & Pitch) have now hit the Rack Extension Store.
As always, we start with an irresistably low introduction offer of 19$ for at least a month before they settle at 39$. The reason (no pun intended) we're doing this is because it's (systemically) impossible to offer cut-price crossgrades to our existing users.
After the first four months since we released Uhbik-A for RE, we're amazed at how smoothly things went once they hit the store. We're looking forward to releasing Uhbik-T and Runciter in 2013, after which we'll be thinking hard about what to do next!