Korg Finally Updates ‘Legacy Collection’ to 64-bit, previously announced before ready

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64-bit Legacy CollectionMELVILLE, N.Y. /Music Industry Newswire/ — Today, Korg announced their virtual instrument Legacy Collection is finally available in 64-bit. The collection is a complete software recreation of five legendary KORG Synthesizers – the MS-20, Polysix, Mono/Poly, M1 and WAVESTATION – complemented by the included MDE-X Effects Suite, which boasts 19 different effects algorithms.

Although previously announced as “ready to go” in December, the updates were not yet finalized until now.

According to the company announcement: “Based on popular user request, the Legacy Collection now provides support for 64-bit system architecture, to work in conjunction with 64-bit operating systems on both PC and Mac platforms.”

Currently registered users of the Legacy Collection can update their software at no charge by logging in to their existing account at www.korguser.net/. New users can purchase Legacy plugins at: www.korguser.net/shop/software/.

For additional details about the Legacy Collection, please visit: www.korg.com/Legacy.

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