Radium Audio

Radium Audio has updated Radium to v3.8.6 for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.

Radium is a music editor with a user interface, inspired by trackers, but uses graphics to show musical data.

Radium has features like smooth scrolling, zooming, automation, piano roll, MIDI sequencing, and embedded Pure Data (Pd).

Changes:

  • Various bug fixes.
  • Various interface improvements.
  • Various stability fixes.
  • Allow automation from other instruments in tracks.
  • Hear notes when editing the piano roll.
  • Player is almost never stopped any more when editing.
  • Notify user if it takes a long time to read sample directory.
  • Paint automation and peaks on sliders with sub-pixel accuracy.
  • Sample browser bookmarks.
  • Many fixes for Mac OS X.
  • Colors are more configurable.
  • Improved mixer graphics.
  • Show visually when a note continues playing into the next block.
  • Popup menu options for whether to continue playing note into next block.
  • Show native VST GUIs on top of all other windows.
  • Various graphic rendering issues.
  • Possible to change play position while playing.
  • Option to clone instruments.
  • Option to automatically scroll down after pasting range.
  • Optionally edit effects and cents by text instead of graphics, like in regular trackers.

Full change log: github.com/kmatheussen/radium/blob/master/Changelog

Price: Minimum 2 EUR per month for the full version.

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