This is just a product suggestion, though I can find nowhere better to stick it.
Something that probably a large number of MacIntel based music producers would love is a way of hosting Windows VSTs and VSTis so that they can be accessed as Mac VSTs and AUs from mac based audio software. This would open up mac users to the vast wealth of Windows only plugins. I note that the Muse Receptor is Wine/Linux based, and if they can do it, most probably CodeWeavers could do something similar. More generally, getting Windows only audio software to work effectively under MacOS would certainly be a market niche worth exploring.
Just a thought. (Judging by the letters that Computer Music receives every once in a while, there are more than a few mac based music producers who are frustrated by the many Windows only plugins that appear.)
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