We are extremely proud to announce that Myriad v3.5 is now available as a Full Release meaning that it is fully supported by the P Squared Support Team and suitable to used 'On-Air'
This Release Version is v3.5.9 which was previously available as a Beta Release and has now successfully completed it's beta period.
Myriad v3.5.9 release is available now from the Myriad v3 Support Pages - http://support.psquared.net/products/myriad/v3.5/
There are a huge number of changes from Myriad v3.0 to v3.5 but we are confident that the vast majority of users will not have any difficulty learning to use the new version, and will appreciate the new features and improved 'front-end'.
Important: There are a few items that you should consider before migrating from v3.0 to v3.5 and we have detailed these in the Release Notes which you will see prior to downloading the installer, or click here to see them now.
We recommend downloading the new version and having a good play with it on a test computer before rolling it out across your station so you can evaluate the new features, as well as uncover any problems or issues you will have when you do then deploy it 'On-Air'.
Myriad v3.5 installs alongside Myriad v3.0, so you can always revert back to Myriad v3.0 if you do have any problems.
If you are happy with the features that Myriad v3.0 provides, then please don't feel that you have to upgrade immediately - we will still be providing support for v3.0 for some time yet so there is no rush to upgrade at all.
As an additional note, If you are reading this on a Friday, please don't go and upgrade your entire station this afternoon - it's the worst day of the week should anything unexpected happen!
To request access to evaluate this version (if you don't have it already) you will need to contact your sales account manager (either give them a call on 01482 350700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org) and they will be able to sort you out with the username and password as well as license details.
As always, we want your feedback so please post in this forum
Peter Jarrett, Technical Director
Broadcast Radio Ltd.
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