Radium Audio has updated Radium for Linux, macOS, and Windows to v5.5.8.
Radium is a vertical music editor. It's inspired by trackers, but uses more graphics to show musical data. Radium is also a multitracker and supports MIDI sequencing and hard disk recording.
Radium has features like smooth scrolling, zooming, automation, piano roll, modular mixer, embedded Pure Data (Pd), and embedded Faust.
Changes since 5.3.0:
- Lots of bug fixes and minor improvements.
- Sequencer: Support for audio files in the sequencer. Audio files are played from HD, not from memory.
- Sequencer: Automatic cross fades for audio files.
- Sequencer: Realtime stretching and resampling of audio files.
- Sequencer: Convenient option to split audio files under mouse pointer.
- Sequencer: Sequencer block fade in/out.
- Sequencer: Sequencer block volume envelope.
- Sequencer: Several interface and GUI improvements.
- Editor: Support high DPI displays (retina, etc.).
- Modulators: Added Random type.
- Mixer Strips: Easier to read text.
- Audio: Convenient support for 8 channel mixes.
- Edit: Add "Randomly delete notes" function to the Randomize / Skew / Shuffle tab.
- Two new demo songs.
- 124 other changes. (247 git commits).
Full change log: github.com/kmatheussen/radium/blob/master/Changelog.
Price: Minimum 2 EUR per month for the full version.