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Kyma Sound Design Software Gets Universal Binary

Kyma Sound Design Software Gets Universal Binary

by , 12:00 AM EDT, April 10th, 2006

Symbolic Corp. has released Kyma X.32, a Universal Binary of its sound design software that runs on Macs with Intel or PowerPC processors. The company said that Kyma now runs as much as 3.3 times faster on a MacBook Pro than on a 1GHz G4 PowerBook. This is a free update for registered users.

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