Answers to some common questions.
The deprecation of Tassman 4 has been a long time coming. Tassman 4 has been our biggest endeavour, filled with good and bad design decisions but ultimately, we failed to make it evolve. Additionally, we are expecting that Tassman 4 will stop working in the macOS iteration that will be available in two years from now—most likely macOS 10.15. With all this, we are no longer at ease in selling it actively. We are choosing to stop its development and focus our efforts on projects more adapted to today's music production workflow and devices.
No! Tassman as a modular environment has been the founding product of the company. The modular world is simply exploding these days and we are proud to be part of it by partnering with Intellijel. Further, we still think that a software modular environment has its place and can bring a totally unique sonic experience. We are actively exploring new ideas for a modular product but that’s all we can share at the moment.
Here are the final version numbers for macOS and Windows as well as links to download them. The complete version history is available at the Downloads section.
Yes, our plan is to support the authorization of Tassman 4 indefinitely.
Yes, our plan is to provide the final Tassman 4 installers indefinitely.
Right here and via the application’s Help menu.
The User Library has been taken offline for security reason but its Tassman 4 related content can be downloaded via the links below.
Yes, Tassman 4 can still be purchased at the student price of $99 but it's sold as-is. You can verify that Tassman 4 works on your system by downloading the final installers via the links provided on this page. There is no guarantee that any update will be provided. You can purchase Tassman 4 via this link.