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Podium

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Podium
Podium by Zynewave is an Audio Plugin Host for Windows. It can host VST Plugins. It supports ReWire.
Product
Version
3.3.3
Can Host
Instruments
Can Host
Effects
ReWire
Mixer Application
Copy Protection
None
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30-Day: 6223; 7-Day: 5734; Yesterday: 3454

Podium is a modern DAW that supports recording and editing of audio and MIDI, and hosts VST2 instrument and effect plugins.

Feature highlights:

  • Hierarchic track layout.
  • Integrated sound editor.
  • Surround sound.
  • Spline curve automation.
  • 64-bit mixing.
  • Multi-processing.
  • Stylish and customizable user interface.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 4.00 from 1 review

Podium
Reviewed By levendis
March 23, 2014

Engrossing and fluid to work with, stable and light. Podium meets the user between limitless possibility and 4-tracker. Closer to the former, once its paradigm is inhabited. Its sole developer progresses its utility in humble increments, and always with stability as a prime, closely followed by user feedback.

It has classic tools for writing linear arrangements in MIDI or audio, looks gorgeous, and adapts to myriad studio setups. Including surround sound! Spline-based automation deliver parameter changes with dance-like gestures.

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Comments & Discussion for Zynewave Podium

Discussion
Discussion: Active
apiekarczyk
apiekarczyk
22 January 2013 at 10:15pm

Super DAW, one of the best I used. Very easy and fast studio reconfiguration, nice and very ergonomic user interface.

johnny.w
johnny.w
20 October 2013 at 8:13pm

I'm liking Podium. Just discovered. Comparing to MuLab Free version. Podium hasn't crashed yet, but MuLab has several times. Some aspects of Podium seems sparse--like you can't tell if an icon is selected the usual way, by it's being lit up, and a few other issues. Podium has a great MIDI editor--great, at least, compared to Reaper's. If I had a choice of DAWs now, cheap ones, I go for Mixcraft 6--but that too crashed numerous times, losing my work. I report this having used Acid, Sonar Home, Podium, Orion, and Reaper with zero crashes.

Simon Posford
Simon Posford
13 March 2014 at 1:18pm

johnny.w you can customise the colours the way you want so you 'll better see you're icon :)

inkwarp
inkwarp
20 June 2014 at 9:04pm

i like this a lot, however, it has no features for time stretching or warping audio.

so, it was nice while it lasted.. bye bye podium.

helloooo presonus s1.

Gabriel_West
Gabriel_West
12 June 2019 at 1:52am

90s Eurodance Song Composition made with Podium Free ->

(Also demonstrates the instrumentation, Songstructure and good looking graphical interface of Podium).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMtM32tjvvE

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