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Friday’s Freeware: PyDAW

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No plug-in this week, but all the necessary for electronic music creation on Mac, PC and Linux. Yes, we said free DAW!

PyDAW is a full-featured software combining sound tracker and DAW and designed for electronic music producers. It features a pattern-based MIDI sequencer, audio sequencer and editor, piano roll, sampler, VA and wavetable/FM synths with modular effects, and a 25 effect section. It supports automation, time stretch and even SFZ (SoundFont) format.

PyDAW is available as an ISO image that can be booted from a DVD or a USB drive so that you don’t have anything to install on your hard drives.

PyDAW is offered under GPL 3.0 licence and is currently in version 4.0. To download the ISO file, go to sourceforge.net.

Have a great week-end and don’t forget to have a look at Audiofanzine tomorrow, we have more NAMM previews for you!

 

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    Posted on 01/18/2014 at 08:25:06
    great!

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