VSL announces Apple Silicon Chips Support

The Vienna Symphonic Library announces the release of three software applications that support Apple’s Silicon chips. Per many user requests, the free Vienna Instruments Pro player that powers the VI Series libraries as well as the Vienna Imperial player are now running natively on Apple’s M1/M2 Macs.

Vienna Ensemble Pro 7, the company’s LAN-capable mixing host is also Silicon compatible. The new and free update will install next to the Rosetta version in the Mac’s Applications Folder (the latter labeled “Rosetta”). Users can run both versions of Vienna Ensemble Pro 7 simultaneously, hosting M1/M2 compatible plug-ins in the Silicon version, and non-compatible plug-ins in the Rosetta version.

To celebrate the new software updates, the Austrian company offers all VI Series Collections at an unprecedented discount of 45% through the month of August. Vienna Ensemble Pro 7 is offered at 35% off.