Liquid Notes becomes a DAW. Almost.
The powerful songwriting assistant software now features a piano roll, providing information on a single-note level. Just like a DAW does.
Liquid Notes 1.5.2 is a continuation of the design approach for the user interface and user experience, introduced with the major overhaul in October this year. The additions are the following :
A more granular piano roll presents information on a single-note level and makes it possible to follow any changes made to the arrangement by Liquid Notes when substituting chords, adding tension, or changing chord functions.
MIDI clock synchronization for recording & playback between Liquid Notes and the DAW ensures both applications to completely run in sync.
A tempo adjustment function in Liquid Notes allows you to define the tempo of the song by beats per minute.
A recalculation button has been added to each chord for reharmonization of that particular area if the harmonic analysis didn't deliver satisfactory results.
Additionally, several bugs have been fixed and a few technical flaws have been removed for this update.
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