DSPaudio Nortron 2
DSPaudio has announced the upcoming release of its Nortron 2 sequencer.
- Contextual MIDI assignment (MIDI Learn)
- 32 channels of independent sequencing
- 8 channel control groups (for linked channel actions)
- 4 VST Instrument or Effect slots
- Ultrastep Automation (editable animations during play)
- Quick Record (sounding good? write it to disk)
- 12 new Modulation Targets (Note length, Velocity A & B, Channel Delay, Global Tempo, Local Pulses, Global Pulses, Local Row, Global Row, Local Pattern, Global Pattern. Insane sequencer feedback loops are possible.)
- Improved graphics and themes including Neo Tron, Hacker, Lunar, and Hive
- On Screen Transport Controls
- DJ friendly (tempo wheel now has pitch offset and pitch snap) for synchronization to live sources (tap tempo gets you close, then dial it in)
- Sequencer navigation by MIDI (use your MIDI keyboard like a computer keyboard)
- Channel Transpose Opt-Out, for keeping keymapped drums from changing when using global transposition.
- Local Transposition Controls
Check out www.dspaudio.com/software/nortron for more info.
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