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Site last updated: October 2014
---------------64 BIT SYSTEMS ...................Manx Synths run natively in 32bit, but work just fine in some 64bit DAWs - however, bridging software may required to wrap the Manx synth.The use of bridging software may not work with some systems. The best way to find out is to try our demos - If they work, the retail versions will work as well.You will have to research bridging software for your particular 64bit DAW - hopefully there will be free-ware alternatives.Please note: when using Manx products in a 64bit environment (using bridging software) be sure to copy both the .dll and accompanying folder to your VST Plugins location.
Current StatusThe Destiny v2 retail version is now available to buy.If you’re the owner of the original Manx Destiny, you can get the v2 at no extra cost; please email us and we’ll get back to you with a link and authorisation code. Please allow plenty of time for us to respond - now is clearly a busy time for us. Manx V2 synths do feature ‘light touch’ copy protection - you can change computers and re authorise with the same code.The Manx SJ-2 retail version is available to buy..Full Version 2 of the FREE Manx Gigmate is available now for download!-------USER GUIDES------- These are being developed as we ‘speak.’----------------PRICING------------------SJ-2 price: $69. 00 Destiny v2 $49Gigmate v2 FreeBundle discounts are not available during this roll out period but if you buy a Manx instrument, you will be able to upgrade to a bundle later on by paying the difference.Thanks go out to early adopters of our instruments:Customers who own previous versions of our synths will be entitled to the new versions free of charge. They will install along side previous versions but patches will be non-transferable.Please get in touch so we can send you the links.
We’re pleased to report that all Manx Synthesizers have now been completed.We would like to release the remaining three instruments at two week intervals,starting with the Manx Bit100 v2 on the 14th September, and following with the Manx MM-2, on the 28th September. This gives us some time to prepare support materials and do some additional checking.