"For us the Cycling '74 product range adds an extra amount of flavor to our range of media production tools, said Per Larsen, CEO of MI7. "It's that extra spice that helps make a difference in an audio. We're pleased and excited to add this eclectic and creative company to our portfolio."
"We are very impressed with MI7's state-of-the-art distribution model," said David Zicarelli, President of Cycling '74. "We're looking forward to a productive relationship based on our shared interest in innovative business methods."
The Cycling '74 product line currently includes: Max/MSP, Jitter, Pluggo, Mode, Radial, M and more. For more information, check out www.cycling74.com or www.mi-7.net.
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