[NAMM] Lumit Audio to release new DAW
Newcomer Lumit Audio will introduce its first release at the NAMM.
Lumit claims to puts professional sequencing and mixing capabilities right at anyone's fingertips. Inspired by students from Berklee College of Music, Lumit was designed for rapid music creation and portability with no complex menu options or technology to hinder one's creative flow - yet with enough features tu be useful. It is announced as Windows 7/8/10-compatible only.
All of Lumit's parameters are fully multi-touch compatible - allowing it to be carried on a Microsoft Surface Pro 3.
- Unlimited multi-tracking, bounce, and export 192khz/32-bit float
- Compatible with ASIO (recommended), ASIO4all, Direct Sound, MME, and WASAPI drivers
- MIDI map USB MIDI controllers
- Full MIDI, audio, and automation recording & sequencing capabilities
- Extensive mixing console
- VSTi & VST3 support
- Possibility to drag and drop audio/MIDI files and VST plug-ins
- Ability to freeze and unfreeze 192khz/32-bit float
- Dynamic GUI (handles any resolution 1280 x 720 or greater)
- Special parameters, algorithms, and hand-gestures to aid multi-touch
- Over 1,000 percussion, synthesizer, and bass audio samples included
- Boutique Audio DSP FX suite
Lumit Audio's Lumit should debut with the 2016 Winter NAMM - on January 21st. Announced price is $149.99, and more details are available at www.lumit-audio.com.
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