Bremmers Audio Design releases MultitrackStudio v4.1
Bremmers Audio Design has released version 4.1 of MultitrackStudio. This release focuses on user interface, MIDI editing and performance improvements.
User Interface improvements:
- New improved help system.
- Yellow hint balloons appear at more convenient locations.
- Hardware control surface support.
- Mixer sections can be collapsed to save space.
- Selector windows (the VST plugin selector etc.) can be resized.
- Level meters of recording audio tracks: right-hand segment flashes if overload occurred. Right-clicking resets it.
- The intensity (brightness) of the green displays and editors is adjustable.
- VST/DX windows: click the 'metal' to return keyboard focus to MultitrackStudio (if plugin has taken it).
- Chords and Lyrics. Can be displayed in almost any editor.
- Toggle Play, Rec, Mute or Edit buttons of all tracks simultaneously (use Ctrl key)
- Click Track Generator and Tempo Editor: tempo values can be entered by tapping on the space bar.
- Pianoroll: added big size view.
- Pianoroll: While selecting a part: if the selected notes make a chord the chord's name is displayed.
- Notation Editor: better 'cleaning up' of non-quantized notes.
- Notation Editor: added Tenor and Alto clefs.
- Drum Editor: delete, drag or change volume of similar notes in similar bars simultaneously.
- 'Mouse Modifiers' to edit individual notes quickly (volume, duration etc., or even 'expand to chord').
- 24 bit losslessly compressed .gjm and .gjs audio files (Pro Plus Edition only).
- Audio engine takes advantage of dual core CPU.
- MIDI file resolution doubled.
- Convolutor effect works faster when used 'live', or when using an Intel CPU (it was fast on AMD already).
- Various other improvements and minor fixes.
The new version is free for users who purchased after May 1, 2005. The upgrade price is 33% of the full price otherwise.