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The Sundog Scale Studio updated to v1.3

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It was not long before Feelyoursound completed the beta phase for the v1.3 update of Sundog Scale Studio.

Sundog Scale Studio v1.3 final update is now available with the following changes:

  • Velocity for instruments and steps
  • Select instruments by their GM names
  • Select fixed notes by their GM drum names
  • Easier value selection by clicking
  • Songs and chord progressions with up to 16 bars
  • Change base note and scale in Chords View
  • Change base note and scale in Jam View
  • Remove already played notes by holding down the right mouse button during recording-playback
  • Step numbers above pattern steps
  • Songs load faster
  • Ask before Exit (you can turn this off in the settings)
  • Replay from current position in Chords View (Ctrl + Play, or right mouse click on position-field)
  • Better polyphonic note support
  • Patterns with up to 64 steps
  • Faster MIDI drag and drop

The update is free to registered users who can download it from feelyoursound.com

Here is a vide showing how to write polyphonic music in Sundog Scale Studio:

 

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