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What's New


Changes in this version:

SINE Player 1.0.3. adds a number of UI updates and makes downloading and updating instruments more reliable

New Features:

  • In the Mixer, mic positions can now be toggled by clicking on their name.
  • The Poly View in the Performance View now resizes when you make the SINE Player window larger or smaller.
  • The virtual keyboard is now also shown in the Library View.
  • SINE Player will only update the internal library when the user actually calls up the store, or downloads an instrument/update.

UI Improvements:

  • By popular request, instruments now start out with their mixer channels expanded.
  • The Modwheel and Pitchbend Wheel now correctly animate.When using multiple PlugIn instances, texts will not mysteriously grow in size anymore.
  • The download dialog will now use "Space" instead of "Size" for the drive capacity to avoid confusion.
  • The Settings panel of a Collection will now only show its first mic position location.
  • The version number is now also shown in the about screen.
  • The browser now works correctly on high-res screens like a Surface Pro.

Performance and Reliability Improvements:

  • SINE Player does not crash anymore when going to the browser, then immediately elsewhere.
  • Improved speed and reliability when downloading multiple collections at the same time.
  • Updates are now correctly downloaded to the correct content location instead of the folder where the content might have been originally if the user moved it.
  • Existing content now follows the correct sorting if only a single mic position is installed.
  • Saving sequencer presets now does not crash Logic Pro anymore.
  • General PolyMap Improvement and Stability Update.
  • Vast improvements to download and update handling. No more "Can not find mic position by ID".
  • If SINE Player is downloading instruments, the VST will not show the "Download in progress" warning when scanned upon opening the sequencer. The warning will only be shown if the actual UI has been visible.


System Requirements


  • macOS 10.13 or higher
  • Intel Core i5 or similar
  • 8GB RAM (16GB+ recommended)


  • Windows 10, (Windows 7 is not officially supported)
  • Intel Core i5 or similar
  • 8GB RAM (16GB+ recommended)

General Notes

A lower number of higher-clocking cores are better than a higher number of lower-clocking cores.

A base frequency of 3.6 Ghz or higher works best.

If your CPU is from before 2012, please first check with the free Layers collection if your CPU supports SINE Player! First generation Intel Core CPUs, AMD Phenom II, and similar older CPUs from earlier than 2012 might be missing specific instruction sets.

We recommend SSD drives over regular HDD for the best performance results.

If you use Pro Tools, you can use SINE Player in an external host like Vienna Ensemble Pro. AAX Support is planned for the future.
FL Studio shows performance issue with SINE Player. Using Vienna Ensemble Pro is a viable workaround here, too.


  • Standalone
  • VST
  • AU