Rhizome Update

Operating System version 1.5 coming soon for the groove machine      22/03/11

Rhizome Update


Feeltune has announced version 1.5 of the OS for Rhizome and tell us that they have an improved website with more details on the Rhizome and some new videos. Here's what they have to say in their own words...
What musician never dreamt to take advantage of the software power combined to the hardware ergonomic ? The Rhizome is a hybrid on which you can install your VST instruments and effects (windows compliant). No limit for the sounds and effects embedded in your device, you choose the style and the musical color of your production center. This new version of our software, currently in test, will be available for download on March 29th for registered users :
  • Undo / Redo on sequences
  • Automation on all mixing parameters, MIDI tracks, VSTi and VSTfx.
  • MIDI controller assignation to control all mixing parameters, MIDI tracks, VSTi and VSTfx.
  • New MIDI controller environment to control your applications and hardware.
  • Multitrack bounce.
  • VSTi Track to sample.
  • Pattern to sample.
  • MIDI Synchronization.
  • Drum sampler which allows you to load and edit 16 samples.
  • MIDI file import.
Pricing and Availability:
See website. More information:

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