MESSE05: Cakewalk - Project 5 V2

Major upgrade - tons of new features      13/04/05

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MESSE05: Cakewalk - Project 5 V2
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Project 5 Version 2 was being demoed at this years MESSE at the Edirol booth - who are distributing Cakewalk products in Europe. Version 2 adds an impressive list of new features and puts the emphasis on live performance, taking it more into the realms of Reason and Ableton Live, although a direct comparison would not be entirely appropriate. "Music technology has evolved rapidly, making possible new forms of inspiration and creativity," commented Greg Hendershott, Cakewalk Founder and CEO.  "So we took a clean sheet of paper, challenged all the old assumptions, and went to work to create a product that would change how people create and perform music. Our guiding principle for this product is Music.Inspired.  Project5 Version 2 blurs the boundary between studio and stage, allowing you to capture the moment as it happens." Key Enhancements to Project5 Version 2:
  • Streamlined user interface
  • Dimension multimode sampling synthesizer
  • Responsive audio engine optimized for real-time use
  • GrooveMatrix multipad pattern triggering
  • Per-track arpeggiator
  • Integrated multitrack audio recording and editing
  • ReWire host and client
  • Open host environment
  • Loop reconstruction tools
  • Alias Factor bit decimator and resonant filter
  • PSYN II subtractive synthesizer Pricing and Availability
    Project5 Version 2 is EUR299 inc VAT $429US and will be available 21, April 2005.
  • www.project5.com


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