NAMM: BIAS commits to Universal apps for Intel Macs

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Music software-maker BIAS is the latest company at the NAMM tradeshow to commit to making their applications run natively on Intel Macs.

“We don’t have a firm release date yet, but we are moving ahead and are committed to supporting the new Macs,” BIAS Vice President, Christine Berkley, told Macworld.

Berkley said that an official date would be released soon and that the “progress has been encouraging.”

BIAS — developers of Peak, Deck and Soundsoap — join Native Instruments, Steinberg and MakeMusic in supporting the Intel Macs.

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