Other Music Software news
The Cycling’74 Max 7 is out
After two months of teasing, the 7th version of the Cycling’74 Max modular environment for Mac and Windows is finally released.
QuikQuak improves its crowd simulator plug-in
QuikQuak introduces the third version of its Crowd Chamber simulator plug-in on Mac OS X and Windows.
The Sequent multi-effect in AAX 64 bits
Loomer released version 1.4.1 of its Sequent modular multi-effect plug-in to add the AAX 64-bit native format for Pro Tools 10 and 11.
Focusrite and Yosemite compatibility
Focusrite opened a page on its website where they detail the products that are compatible with the new Apple OS X Yosemite.
TC Electronic Presents for All Deal
TC Electronic has launched a special offer for guitar players who can receive free pedals through the end of the year.
Friday’s freeware: Sonic Visualiser 2
How come I never talked to you about the Sonic Visualiser? Well it’s just been updated to v2.4, so it’s now or never!
With Splice, your DAW becomes collaborative
Splice offers a new way for remote collaboration without changing your DAW.
Xhail, innovative automatic composing solution
Score Music Interactive is at AE3 in Boston where they are introducing a new system for multimedia music composers.
Riffstation at half price today only
Riffstation is back to school with a flash sale on its Riffstation software, but the offer is only valid today.
Max 7 is coming
Cycling’74 will soon release the seventh version of Max, that’s what they announced in a first presentation video.