Radium Audio releases Radium 1.9.37 for Windows and Linux, and Radium 1.9.30 for OS X
11th April 2014
Radium Audio has released Radium 1.9.37 for Windows and Linux, and Radium 1.9.30 for OS X. Radium is a music editor with a new type of interface. It's inspired by trackers, but has fewer limitations and uses graphics to show musical data.
- Open Source. Radium will never disappear.
- LADSPA and VST + several built-in plugins:
- 20 Physical modelling instruments.
- 2 Soundfont instruments.
- 1 Sampler instrument.
- High quality multiband compressor, reverb and limiter.
- More than 100 LADSPA effect plugins are included. (OS X and Windows).
- All Sound Objects have built-in high quality filters and equalizers.
- Modular mixer. Notes, velocities, pitch and audio signals can be routed to any other audio object.
- The "Radium Compressor" (unique interface) built into all instruments.
- Pure Data is embedded. Pure Data (or "Pd") is a " Real-time graphical dataflow programming environment for audio, video, and graphical processing" which lets you make your own sound effect or musical data. (Linux only).
- Notes, tempo, and effects can be placed anywhere on a line. (unlimited precision).
- Line-split. Easily split lines for sub-line note editing.
- Note duplicator.
- Sub-note pitch settings and glide between notes.
- Effects automation.
- Tempo automation.
- Velocity automation.
- Pitch automation.
- Polyphonic tracks.
- No limitation on the number of:
- Zoom in/out and line splitting.
- Adjustable track widths.
- Blazingly snappy graphics.
- Import standard MIDI files and MMD2/MMD3 modules.
- Note sequence effects such as transpose, quantitize, glizzando, invert and reverse.
- Configurable key bindings, menus, fonts, and colors.
- Extension language support. Write programs that generates music or modifies your songs.
- Western style scores can be generated from radium songs with Common Music Notation (CMN).
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