Free Update Brings Native Apple Silicon & VST3 Support To All Spectrasonics Instruments

Native Apple Silicon support allows significantly more instances of Spectrasonics plug-ins, along with major improvements in latency.

Spectrasonics let us know that they’ve released free updates for all of their instruments, adding Native Apple Silicon and VST3 support.

Spectrasonics has released free updates for Omnisphere, Trilian, Keyscape and Stylus RMX, which include full native support for both Apple Silicon based Macs and Steinberg’s latest VST3 plug-in standard.

The company says that native Apple Silicon support allows for significantly more instances of Spectrasonics plug-ins, with major improvements in latency, even with inexpensive Apple laptops.

The updates also include numerous maintenance improvements, optimizations and fixes.

“We’ve long dreamed of the day when our powerful instruments like Omnisphere and Keyscape could easily be used and provide excellent performance with average, off-the-shelf computers. We’re thrilled to say, that day has finally arrived!” says Spectrasonics Founder Eric Persing.

“Support for VST3 is also important for the future, especially since it is used as the basis of MIDI 2.0 development, which we are also working on,” adds Persing. “The future is bright for Spectrasonics instruments, and these new updates allow us to support the next generation of users!”

Pricing and Availability:

The updates are available now and are free for all registered Spectrasonics users.