|[Files] New version 0.9 Beta of MiDi/Audiosequencer HD-REC||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 13-Dec-2003 23:31 GMT by Raffaele||18 comments|
Here you can find new Demo version 0.9(beta) of an interesting program: the Amiga Midi/Audio Sequencer called HD-Rec. Developers for plugins and further software for HD-REC are welcome. I forwarded these news from amiganews.
Some info from the homesite of HD-REC|
HD-Rec is a powerful MIDI/audio sequencer for Amiga OS. It combines comfortable MIDI notation with extensive audio editing within the same application, running always 100% synchron. To achieve this, HD-Rec takes full advantage of the AHI system for audio and the CAMD system for MIDI input and output.
Very user friendly and intuitive to use
16 bit / 11.025-96.0 kHz non-destructive audio recording & editing, not limited by RAM
Audio realtime effects (reverb, delay, chorus, compressor...)
Bars&Pipes style notator for MIDI elements
Audiomaster style editor for audio elements
Uses AHI for audio and CAMD for MIDI
Powerful plugin system for MIDI/audio applications like softsynths or patcheditors
256 tracks (MIDI/audio)
Supports AIFF, WAV, MAUD, RAW, CDDA, 8SVX, MP3, MOD and MIDI files
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|Comment 1||Anonymous||13-Dec-2003 22:32 GMT|
|Comment 2||Matt Parsons||Registered user||13-Dec-2003 22:44 GMT|
|Comment 3||Leif||13-Dec-2003 23:02 GMT|
|Comment 4||Don Cox||Registered user||14-Dec-2003 08:52 GMT|
|Comment 5||Christian Kemp||Registered user||14-Dec-2003 08:56 GMT|
|Comment 6||greenboy||Registered user||14-Dec-2003 10:32 GMT|
|Comment 7||Anonymous||14-Dec-2003 10:52 GMT|
|Comment 8||Don Cox||Registered user||14-Dec-2003 10:56 GMT|
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|Posted by greenboy on 14-Dec-2003 11:26 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 8 (Don Cox):|
Sorry Don. But you are seriously deluded. The music applications on other platforms are far superior, and the better ones by the better companies not only enjoy distribution and third-party ties that help the users of the apps keep current, but they SET the trends.
This is NOT the fault of programmers from this 'hood; it's just that a certain threshhold has yet to be crossed that makes it easier for audio programmers to address all the needs and desires (and peripheral gear) that musicians and producers actually use, in a fashion that impresses people who've been in the industry for ages. Even hobbyist musicians want to get their hands on much more than we have ever had access to in this 'hood.
But I have to congratulate the programmer here for taking steps in the right direction! : }
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