Radium Audio has updated Radium for Linux, macOS, and Windows to v5.9.71.
Radium is a tracker-like music editor. It is also a fully-fledged DAW and MIDI sequencer.
Radium has features like smooth scrolling, zooming, automation, piano roll, modular mixer, modulators, MIDI learn, hard drive recording/playback, embedded Pure Data (Pd), and embedded Faust.
Changes since 5.9.48:
- Audio: Significantly improved CPU usage.
- Audio: Configurable internal block size to adjust automation granularity vs. CPU usage.
- GUI: Lots of visible improvements.
- GUI: Options to adjust color saturation for instruments and sequencer blocks.
- macOS: Workaround for crash in Apple's OpenGL library.
- Keybindings: Separate keyboard focus between editor, mixer, and sequencer.
- Keybindings: Many new default keybindings to work specifically on the mixer and sequencer.
- Manual: Many improvements.
- Menus: Improved displaying shortcuts.
- Mixer: Options to change height ratio between plugin/send configuration and volume slider/meter.
- Mixer: Fix solo behaviour.
- Sequencer: New Bus track type.
- Editor: Paint borders around current track and sub tracks.
- Faust development instrument/plugin: Add support for the interpreter backend.
- Edit: New functions to distribute notes evenly and new functions to randomize octaves.
- Scripting: Many improvements.
- 229 other bug fixes and improvements. (342 git commits).
Price: Access to download and upgrade costs 2-10 EUR per month or 20-100 EUR per year.