MIDI Player And Keyboard Practice Aid Updated

Rondo 2.7 for Mac OS X is released with over a dozen new features      09/01/08

MIDI Player And Keyboard Practice Aid Updated


FracturedSoftware has announced the immediate availability of Rondo 2.7, an update to its MIDI Player for OS X. This latest version of Rondo includes over a dozen new features including a MIDI export option, note names on the keyboard and drag and drop loading of a file. The music library also has sortable playlist columns and several user fields to add your own info.
FracturedSoftware tell us that Rondo is unique among MIDI players as it has been designed to help non-score reading musicians follow the music as it plays. Its horizontal live-playing pianos located directly over vertical scrolling note columns make it very easy to see what notes are about to play while the innovative visual track filter allows you to visually isolate a track without affecting the audio.
Users who just enjoy listening to MIDI files will also find Rondos simple and uncluttered interface a delight to use, say FracturedSoftware. Rondo has a set of intuitive controls to play, pause, fast forward and rewind your music while individual track muting allows you to switch off unwanted tracks. Other features include the ability to jump to a specific bar or section and play through an external sound module or keyboard connected to your computer.
Pricing and Availability:
Rondo 2.7 is priced at $25 USD
Early purchasers are also eligible for a free upgrade to the next version. Rondo 2.7 is a free upgrade for existing customers. More information:
  • www.fracturedsoftware.com

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