MultitrackStudio Updated

Version 6.1 includes Dirac Pro pitch shifting technology      09/03/10

MultitrackStudio Updated


Bremmers Audio Design has licensed DSP Dimension's Dirac Pro pitch shifting / time stretching technology for the latest version of MultitrackStudio. Here's the press release that they have sent us...
MultitrackStudio 6.1, released today, comes with various new features powered by Dirac Pro. Audio track editors now feature pitch shifting, time stretching and vocal pitch correction. The tempo editor can now optionally operate on audio tracks, whereas it used to work on MIDI tracks only.
The new release also features a built in VSTi bridge, which runs the VSTi plugin in a separate Windows process. This new feature allows for using all memory available in 64 bit Windows by running multiple 32 bit processes.
The new version is available free of charge for users who purchased the program after February 1, 2009. 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 designed with tape-based recording in mind. As a result it is easy to learn, yet powerful.
Requirements: Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000, 600 MHz CPU
Pricing and Availability:
MultitrackStudio Pro Plus: $119
MultitrackStudio Professional: $69
More information:

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