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Sensomusic Updates Usine v5

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Sensomusic has announced that after months of development Usine V5 is now available (the latest version is actually v5.01).

Usine V5 contains more than 300 improvements and modifications, not least a new engine that is more powerful and lighter, according to the company.

New Feature highlights include:
  • Gesture and Multi-touch Implementation: All design modules can receive Multi-Touch and Gesture information that you can use directly in all the patches to create very ergonomic systems.
  • Video Tracker Module: Enables audio interaction with a camera. Motion detection, dark zones and light zones.
  • Intelligent Auto Wiring: Fast auto wiring system to build patches faster than ever. For that just Drag&Drop a Module or a VST plug-in directly on the wire to insert it in the process chain.
  • New Grid concept: The new Grid mode mixes row/cell presentation and interface builder mode.
  • Surround: Built-in 16 channel surround mixer and aux buses. If it's not enough, all audio modules can handle up to 64 channels. Direct surround recording in the Sampler.
  • VST layouts: Total integration of VST plug-ins in personal interfaces. VST plug-in forms can now be located in controls panels or in interfaces.
  • Patch window: The Patching area is now a stand alone window to improve patching in dual screens systems.
  • New layouts: Serious improvements of interface building. All controls are now resizable and with new layout possibilities.

Pricing & Availability
Usine Pro V5 is available for the introductory promotional price of €90 until the end of March 2010. The regular price is €120. Upgrades from earlier versions are €40. Educational pricing is also available.

A free version of Usine v5.01 is also available. Usine free is fully functional but limited:
  • 1 stereo input/output (16 in the pro version).
  • 2 MIDI inputs/outputs (unlimited in the pro version).
  • 4 tracks (32 in the pro version).
  • No audio monitoring.
  • No master section insert.
  • No sequencer.
  • No conductor.
  • No surround.
  • Editing sub-patches is impossible.

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