MusicDevelopments releases RapidComposer VST and an update of RapidComposer, a phrase-based music prototyping software designed for composers.
This update (v1.8) includes the VST version with 128-channel MIDI output that can be used in VST host applications. The standalone version received some minor features and bug fixes.
To celebrate this release, RapidComposer is available for 20% off the regular price until the 31st of December, 2011.
- Non-destructive, parametric phrase-based music composition
- Tools for phrase editing, phrase generation, phrase grouping, motif development, chord progression editing
- 2D view of the composition with structure editor as opposed to 1D view of DAW applications
- Drag and drop environment (you can drop chords, progressions, phrases, instruments to the composition)
- Master track with chords
- Movable, resizable and transposable phrases designed to always conform to the current chord
- Phrase and rhythm generators designed to help you create musically useful (not random) phrases
- Scale, chord, guitar chord, chord progression databases
- Taggable instrument database of all MIDI, VSTi and SF2 presets in one place
- Variations can be applied to phrases, or whole tracks
- MIDI CC editing and recording
- Articulations can be assigned to phrases or even individual notes
- IdeaTool that generates a multitrack composition based on the parameters and rules that you specify
- Unlimited undo and the ability to make several versions of the same composition
- Customizable user interface with preset themes
- Virtual instruments (VSTi v2.4 plugins) support
- SoundFont (.SF2) support
- Standalone and VST version with 128-channel MIDI output
More details are available at www.musicdevelopments.com.
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