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Zplane's Vielklang v1.5 Available

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Zplane.development has announced the release of version 1.5 of Vielklang, the audio harmonization instrument.



This new version adds the following main features:

    * Live MIDI input: play chords or voicings directly with the keyboard to control vielklang’s harmonization.
    * New harmonization styles: 3-voice intelligent, Block Chords, Fauxbourdon, Organum.
    * New export options: Audio/MIDI File Export for individual voices, MIDI export of harmony tracks.
    * Improved input melody analysis: new note detection algorithm improves accuracy and robustness.
    * Ready for Pro Tools 8 and Cubase 5.


Full list of changes in vielklang v1.5:

    * [fea] Live MIDI input: play chords or the voicings to control vielklang’s harmonization.
    * [fea] New harmonization styles: 3-voice intelligent, Block Chords, Fauxbourdon, Organum.
    * [fea] Added Audio/MIDI File Export for individual voices.
    * [fea] Added MIDI Export of vielklang harmony track.
    * [fea] New support for note joining (as opposed to splitting).
    * [enh] Improved input melody analysis.
    * [enh] Small Graphical User Interface Modifications.
    * [enh] Ready for Pro-Tools 8 and Cubase 5.
    * [enh] Windows: dedicated 64 Bit-Build for 64 Bit-Hosts.
    * [fix] Problems with registration pop-up in some hosts.
    * [fix] CPU spikes in Pro Tools on Mac OS X 10.5 (live MIDI output had to be disabled).
    * [fix] vielklang occasionally disappeared on Mac OS X when switching application context.
    * [fix] Occasional visualization problems with specific windows themes.


For more info, check out their website at https://www.zplane.de.
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