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Kyma Sound Design Software Now Available as a Universal Binary for Intel Macs

Kyma as much as 3.3 times faster on MacBook Pro Laptops

CHAMPAIGN, IL—April 6, 2006—Symbolic Sound Corporation announces that Kyma X.32 (released on 13 March 2006) is a Universal Binary that runs on the new Intel-based Macs as well as on PowerPC-based Macs and Intel-based PCs running Windows.

This is good news for Mac laptop users: Kyma runs as much as 3.3 times faster on the MacBook Pro than it does on the popular 1 GHz G4 PowerBook.

Symbolic Sound's Kyma sound design software is known for its sound transformation capabilities and is used by sound designers for film, music, game development, and advertising (listen, for example, to radio advertisements created in Kyma by Pete Johnston).

Pricing & availability

Kyma X.32™, the latest update to the world’s most advanced sound design environment is now available free to registered Kyma X owners. Kyma X.32 runs under Macintosh OS X (on both PowerPC and Intel-based Macs), Windows XP, and Windows 98/ME/2000 and Macintosh OS 9.2.

Summary

Kyma running on a MacBook Pro offers a speedier alternative for laptop musicians and sound designers.

Background

In 1990, Symbolic Sound revolutionized the sound design and music software industry with the introduction of Kyma™, a graphical modular software sound design environment accelerated by the software-reconfigurable Capybara™ multi-processor sound computation engine. Symbolic Sound is committed to bringing the most advanced and flexible sound design technology to sound designers, musicians, educators, researchers, and creative professionals through its innovative hardware and software offerings.

Press Contact

Carla Scaletti
Symbolic Sound Corporation
+1-217-355-6273
carla@symbolicsound.com


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