Version 7 of Tracktion now available
The Tracktion Software Corporation has released T7, the latest version of their DAW.
According to its developers, one of T7’s creative-oriented introductions, Clip Layer Effects (Pat. Pend.), allows complete control of sound design at the clip level. Another new feature, Multi-Browser Sync, is said to provide the ability to preview many files together, from multiple browsers, in sync with the edit. For plugins (VST and AU), there is a new visual selector to speed the sorting process and new LFO Generators to modulate any plugin parameter. The MARKETPLACE interaction has also been improved, making it easier to shop for new virtual instruments and effects without leaving the T7 app environment.
Starting at only $60 for a new license (upgrades available from $30), T7 is available exclusively from tracktion.com. Different bundles are also available, including Tracktion plugins such as Biotek, Master Mix and Micro Synth Pack in addition to T7 (these bundle are priced from $100 to $200).
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