Nora, new VST editor for Windows
SquaredHeads, a developer team based in San Sebastian, Spain, unveils today Nora, a VST MIDI Editor for Windows.
Currently in beta 0.99, Nora uses tools with which you’ll work on a piano-roll like grid to create and manipulate MIDI phrases.
- Real time MIDI editor
- Edit on up to 5 octaves and 5 notes per octave
- Save and load phrases from/to the browser
- Auto or manual loop select
- Variable phrase length
- Tools: zoom, copy, move, add, etc.
- Customizable grid for easier edition
Nora is available for the introductory price of 34€ instead of 49€ until May 20th. You can also download a demo version from www.squaredheads.com.
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