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Cakewalk Z3TA+ 2.1 Update

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Virtual hybrid synth from Cakewalk belonging to the Z3TA+ series

Cakewalk announces availability of a free update for Z3TA+ 2.

All registered Z3TA+ 2 customers can download the free Z3TA+ 2.1 update at www.cakewalk.com.

 

Announced highlights include:

  • Scala tuning files are now supported with the latest full library of Scala tuning files from the Scala homepage are included.
  • Users can now search for presets using the Preset Search button.
  • Arpeggiator Auto Fit mode loads any MIDI file and intelligently adjusts the data to work as a new arpeggiator pattern. Arp patterns can also be dragged to host applications for customization.
  • New Program menu options have been added, including the option to set any preset as the default preset, display a list of the most recently loaded presets, and the ability to import banks in their original order.
  • Memory usage has been improved.

 

A full list of what is included in the Z3TA+ 2.1 update can be found at www.cakewalk.com/Support/kb/reader.aspx/2007013264.

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