Windows Multitrack Software Updated

Bremmers Audio Design releases MultitrackStudio 5      02/09/08
Windows Multitrack Software Updated


Bremmers Audio Design has announced the release of the version 5 of MultitrackStudio, the audio / MIDI multitrack recording program for Windows. Here’s the statement that they have sent…
MultitrackStudio has been carefully redesigned to make it easier and faster to use. Confusing things, based on user feedback, have been improved.
The user interface has been streamlined and now offers several color themes to choose from.
Among the new features is the Song Editor, which can insert or remove parts from the song affecting not only the tracks but markers, tempo / time signature, chords, lyrics and automation as well. The new Multi MIDI Editor allows for editing multiple tracks in a single pianoroll. It is intended for working on string arrangements etc.
Other new features include enhanced take management, sound-on-sound recording and song versions. The Pro Plus edition now features song templates.
The new version is available free of charge for users who purchased the program after April 1, 2007. Older versions can be upgraded for $39 (Pro Plus) / $23 (Professional). About MultitrackStudio:
MultitrackStudio, first released in 2001, is an audio / MIDI multitrack recording program which has been designed with tape-based recording in mind. As a result it is easy to learn, yet powerful.
Requirements: Windows Vista/XP/2000/ME/98/95, 600 MHz CPU.
Pricing and Availability:
MultitrackStudio Pro Plus: $119
MultitrackStudio Professional: $69 More information:
  • www.multitrackstudio.com

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