Bremmers Audio Design has released version 8.3 of MultitrackStudio.
- Audio track input selector now has 'Practice Mode tracks' option.
- Tempo editor: "Conduct" (tap new tempo for selected part). You can tap an accelerando for example.
- Tempo editor: Ctrl key can be used to create a gradual tempo change (accelerando/decelerando) while moving the righthand side of the selected part.
- Touchscreen (Windows): Tempo Editor SEL menu features 'Stretch' and 'Stretch Accelerando' options. After picking one you can resize the righthand side of the selected part. The accelerando version creates a gradual tempo change.
- Tempo editor now updates live while stretching or warping selected part.
- Tempo / Time Signature editor buttons (Undo etc.) can be controlled using keyboard shortcuts. There's a dot on the left that indicates which of the two editors is has keyboard focus (similar to tracks).
- Auto Wah effect.
- Punch recording with External MIDI Instruments: existing signal is now audible, just like it is with audio tracks and software instruments.
- Tempo editor: Undoing a "tweakable edit" now undoes the last tweak only, rather than all tweaks. All other editors work this way already.
- Tempo / Time Signature editor: lesser used buttons (Cut, Copy, Paste, Repeat etc.) are now in new 'More' menu.
- 'Add Click Track': BPM value is no longer limited to whole numbers.
- OS X: 'Tap tempo' boxes are more accurate.
- Various bug fixes.
Users who purchased MultitrackStudio after October 28, 2013 are entitled to lifetime free updates. Older versions can be upgraded: $39 (Pro) / $23 (Standard).