Splice has been updated
The Splice team did some spring clean up and introduces a new control interface for its Splice software, with added supports for FL Studio 12.
If you just upgraded to the recently released FL Studio 12 DAW or met the Image Line community of users, you can share your projects with your remote collaborators via Splice.
Splice has also been updated, with a new GUI that features color-coded sections, a dashboard that allows for monitoring your activities as well as your followers’ and easily access your recent projects. It will also display Splice news and new features and this dashboard is optimized for smartphones.
The new Splice version also offers you the ability to embed YouTube videos, which is practical if you want to promote your new video clip or share a tutorial with your collaborators. To add a video, enter the link in the project description.
Another big news in Splice is the Stem support. You can now share audio stems for use in any DAW, so you’re not only limited to the DAWs supported in Splice. Plus, when you add Stems to your public projects, your audience will be able to solo each track in the Splice DNA Player.
Last, Splice is testing Save Anywhere (alpha) integration so that you can save your projects in any directory on your computer or external drives, so you are not limited to the Splice dedicated directory. Save Anywhere is currently only available on Mac OS X. To enable this feature, go the Preferences > Sync and click “Ask to sync new project”.
Full details of this new version are online at splice.com.
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