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Sony ACID Pro 7

Loop Sequencer from Sony belonging to the Acid series.

Sony Creative Software has announced ACID Pro 7 digital audio workstation software, available in early November.


New ACID Pro 7 features include:

-- Audio and MIDI mixing console

The new audio and MIDI mixing console offers additional routing options, providing a much more efficient in-studio recording environment. The mixing console offers an integrated look at all tracks and busses in an ACID project with the appearance of a traditional hardware-based mixer, yet can be customized.

-- MIDI Track Freeze

With ACID Pro 7 software users can freeze MIDI tracks that use multiple soft synths and render them as a .wav file which can then be streamed and played back as audio files. MIDI Track Freeze provides faster results and greater CPU efficiency during a mixing session when using multiple soft synths.

-- Real-time rendering

Real-time rendering allows users to incorporate live input from external sources such as an instrument, microphone or MIDI controller device. Users can route audio to external hardware, and effects processors.

-- Input busses

With input busses, users have greater control over routing input signals, including the ability to record from external devices with effects, mix external audio sources with projects, use external effects processors with tracks and busses and perform real-time input monitoring.

-- Enhanced timestretch and pitch shifting with Zplane elastique Pro

Mixes created with ACID Pro 7 software sound better than ever using new elastique timestretching from Zplane. The Company's state-of-the-art processing technology provides ACID Pro 7 software with new algorithms that are designed to provide nearly artifact-free time stretching and pitch shifting.

-- Enhanced Beatmapping for tracks with multiple tempos

The enhanced Beatmapping in ACID Pro 7 software allows users to Beatmap songs with varying tempos and time signatures, providing more flexibility when composing songs and performing remixes.

-- Tempo curves

Users can create dramatic or subtle tempo changes in their ACID Pro projects using new tempo curves that provide a more efficient way to linearly adjust your music's pacing.

-- FLAC, AAC, AC-3 Studio, and MPEG-2 format support

Users can import and export additional file formats with ACID Pro 7 software, allowing for more options with streaming media and hardware devices including the Apple iPod.

Additional Benefits of ACID Pro 7

ACID Pro 7 software comes with a software bundle valued at $500, which includes the Garritan Aria for ACID Pro player and custom sample library developed in conjunction with Plogue Art et Technologie Inc., the ACID Pro Effects Rack powered by iZotope, Submersible Music KitCore and Native Instruments Guitar Combos. ACID Pro 7 software also includes over 3,000 music loops and 1,000 MIDI files. Additionally, ACID Pro 7 enables users to upload songs to the ACIDplanet.com online music community directly from the ACID Pro interface. For even more music creation content, Sony Creative Software offers the industry's most extensive content collection of over 130 high-quality loop libraries optimized to work with the ACID product line. For a complete listing of all features, please visit https://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/acidpro.

Price and Availability

The ACID Pro 7 digital audio workstation will be available in early November from retailers worldwide as well as from www.sonycreativesoftware.com. A localized Japanese version will be also available in November. Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for ACID Pro 7 software is U.S. $399.95.

For more information, visit www.sonycreativesoftware.com.
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