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With the release of Tassman 4.1, Applied Acoustics Systems is happy to announce that the transition to support Intel-based Mac systems is now over. All of their Professional and Session Series instruments are now available on Mac OS X as Universal Binaries.
The Tassman 4.1 Update includes Intel-based Mac system support, RTAS plug-in on both Mac OS X and Windows, and several bug fixes.
Pricing and Availability:
Windows and PowerPC-based (G4 and G5 processors) Mac OS X Tassman users can update free of charge. Intel-based Mac OS X Tassman users can get the Universal Binary version of Tassman direct from the AAS Store for $29.