Music software-maker Native Instruments on Tuesday released updates for two of its products,
NI-Spektral Delay. The company’s vocoding synthesizer, Vokator has been updated to version 1.2 adding Universal Binary support so it can run natively on Apple’s Intel-based Macs. A Universal Binary license code needs to be purchased for $29 for this update — customers who first registered Vokator or NI Komplete after September 12th, 2006, are eligible for a free Universal Binary license code. The other update released today is NI-Spektral Delay 1.6, which also adds Universal Binary support. This product also requires a Universal Binary license code, which costs $29. Again, customers who first registered NI-Spektral Delay or NI Komplete after September 12th, 2006, are eligible for a free Universal Binary license code.