28th March 2012
Version 1.1 of Riffstation, a standalone audio application designed for guitar players, by guitar players, is now available.
Riffstation features a range of useful tools, including automatic chord recognition, guitar extraction, audio slowdown and many more features. Newly released version 1.1 is the first full commercial release since the free beta trial was launched late last year. The latest version includes several new and improved features.
The chord recognition accuracy has been improved by the addition of a new post processing stage which uses musical heuristics to provide greater stability in the detected chord sequences. The new chord editor tool allows both singular and batch chord editing as well as the ability to edit chord durations with simple drag gestures.
Also included is an automatic metronome and beat sync loop tool which is powered by Riffstation's beat detection algorithm. These features are synchronised with the slowdown tool which really helps when learning difficult guitar solos.
Version 1.1 also sees the addition of m4a support on Windows 7 and an audio save feature on Riffbuilder.
Pricing & Availability
Riffstation for Windows is available to buy for €39.99 at www.riffstation.com, where a 30-day Trial Version is also available.