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General Sequencer from Magix belonging to the Samplitude series.

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Magix has announced the release of version 10.2 of Samplitude and Sequoia. Version 10.2 offers further improvements as well as latest optimizations and bug fixes for all Sequoia 10 / Samplitude 10 versions. What's new is below.


Sequoia: Crossfade Editor:

* Zoom/Move to In/Out Point jumps/zooms to crossfade now.
* Shift + AutoZoom jumps to Crossfade (without zooming).
* New option "Center crossfade for zooming" (active by default).
* Playback option "Stop at position" is ignored.
* New option "Remember horizontal zoom width".
* New object mode option "Keep global mode".

Sequoia: Clipstore:

* Improved project relation of clips.
* Shows up in dialog "Tools -> Collect project files".
* Drag and Drop files from Explorer and external programs.

Sequoia: Digas:

* Freeze and FX Data is copied at save.

FLAC format

* Now you can use the FLAC format for lossless audio data compression of 16 and 24 bit files. FLAC is available for loading, exporting and recording: "File -> Load", "File -> Export" and "Record Parameter" (Shortcut: Shift + R ).

MIDI Editor:

* MIDI Controller Editor now always shows current value of mouse position.
* MIDI Controller Editor: Menu for Controller-Selection marks Controllers which are present in the object with * next to the name.
* Right clicking on the "Quantize" Button now opens the dialog "Quantize Settings".
* UNDO of MIDI-Recordings (Modes: Overdub/Replace) is possible from MIDI Editor (Strg+Z).
* MIDI level meter activity also for chased notes.
* ASIO latency compensation for MIDI-Metronome.

Video:

* Video codecs updated.
* Enhanced project exchange with Video Pro X:
o EDL Format 1.7 includes surround information.
o Loading of direct speaker settings from EDL (FL, FR, ...).
o Export dialog redesigned.
o Automatic takeover of exported EDLs from Video Pro X.

Dithering:

* New option "POW-r dithering only for master outputs".
* Autoblack-Threshold for Smart Dither can now be defined.
* Track Bouncing-Dialog: Dithering Button with menu for dither options (Bypass Dither and Standard Dither) will be stored in bounce presets as well.

Spectral Cleaning:

* Extended dialog with "Advanced Options..." and "Create Copy".
* Strg+X, Strg+C, Strg+V for cut, copy and paste of markers.
* Slice is fixed vertically when holding down mouse and pressing "ALT".
* Slice is fixed horizontally when holding down mouse and pressing "SHIFT".

Take Composer:

* Advanced Scissors Tool.
* Click and draw range: only range is copied to first track.
* Shift-Click for exchange of object under cursor.
* Ctrl-Click in order to play objects under cursor.
* Track lock status is ignored.
* Tooltips explain usage (on objects).
* Alt-Klick for exchanging object under cursor.
* Ctrl-Space automatically selects object under mouse.
* Automatic backup of "TakeComposer.VIP" when leaving the take composer.
* Latest used mouse tool will be remembered between program sessions.

FFT Filter:

* "Strength" value now ranges from 1 -200
* New "Inverse" selector

Folder Tracks:

* Copy and Paste of folder tracks.
* Trackmanager: Adding of (F) to track number of folder tracks, tracks in folder are shown indented.

New Functions:

* Offline-Effects -> Amplitude/Normalize -> Loudness adaption.
* VST "Permanent Options" in Plug-in menu of effects dialog.
* Automation - Curve Generator dialog: Option for limitation to range.
* Recall Last Position: Backspace.
* Selected object(s) - one track up/down: Ctrl + Alt + Shift + Cursor Up/Down.
* Enlarge selection - select to next/ previous object: Ctrl + Alt + Shift Q/W.
* View Range start/end: Strg + Alt + B/N.
* Object(s) to left/right: Ctrl + Alt + Shift + Left/Right.
* Stop at position: Pause.
* "Paste with ripple" (Ctrl + Alt + V) to insert object with ripple.
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