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[News] Audio application newsANN.lu
Posted on 27-Apr-2002 13:00 GMT by Teemu I. Yliselš11 comments
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From the Audiolabs homepage: "After a few internal releases (5.0x), [ProStation Audio] Titanium 5.05 is being delivered this week. The application is now available in a new, slim, format, with the binary reduced by 50% for better CPU caches, and JIT, handling. All the original features have been mantained, plus new ones added (MIDI playback, via external sequencer, now active also during recording, auto-sized rendering,..) and fixes."

From Czech Amiga News: "SoundFX 4.2 has entered the final betatesting stage. If things proceed well the final release will appear in a couple of weeks. Important internal changes have been made to the new version so that advanced features (like realtime processing) are possible in the future. Many bugs have been fixed, and a number of useful features added. Among them there are: saving selected ranges, faster ARexx port, Tips of the Day, About- window with extensive system information, direct access to SoundFX homepage from within the program, improved Hall operator, and more."
Audio application news : Comment 1 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by DanDude on 27-Apr-2002 12:04 GMT
cool! I still use my Amiga to edit sounds :)
Audio application news : Comment 2 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Warren on 27-Apr-2002 14:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (DanDude):
Okay, I am not clear about Pro Station Audio. I look at their web site quickly and
did not see if this new version will run on a Amiga? I saw that one could share
audio files, but what about running the program on a Amiga?
Audio application news : Comment 3 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 27-Apr-2002 14:41 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (Warren):
You mean it just runs on Pegasos and such?
Audio application news : Comment 4 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Keith Blakemore-Noble on 27-Apr-2002 15:12 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (Warren):
Well, the downloadable demos are in lha format, and they do talk of 0x0 and PPC versions, so...
Audio application news : Comment 5 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Warren on 27-Apr-2002 15:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
Oh, I was thinking of running it on the 68K boards? It would be great to run it on
the new boards as well, but for now I would like to use it on my 060 board :-)
Audio application news : Comment 6 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Teemu I. Yliselš on 27-Apr-2002 15:50 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Warren):
I'm pretty sure PSA will run on 68k for some time to come since the Audiolabs guys seem to be keen on supporting Amithlon users.
Audio application news : Comment 7 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Don Cox on 27-Apr-2002 16:13 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Warren):
Yes, it does run on a 68060. A graphics card is essential.
Don't expect to be able to mix loads of tracks with real time effects
on 68k, but it's good enough to be useful.
Download a demo and try it.
Audio application news : Comment 8 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Warren on 27-Apr-2002 16:49 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 (Don Cox):
Okay, I will give it go :-)
Thanks,
Audio application news : Comment 9 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Don Cox on 27-Apr-2002 20:12 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (Warren):
You will find that PSA looks better if you add "CLASSIC_COLORS" to the
tooltypes in the icon. Otherwise it comes up in a nasty shade of
purple.
Audio application news : Comment 10 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Bill "Tekmage" Borsari on 28-Apr-2002 04:27 GMT
I have used PSA to edit some of the UGN audio and it's a great tool.
Bill "Tekmage" Borsari
Audio application news : Comment 11 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by dakang on 01-May-2002 12:39 GMT
I will ask a question and I hope the answer is yes :)
"Will there be a new version of Prostation for OS4.0 and all the new Audio goodies that OS4.0/AmigaOne provides (i.e better integration with the APIs or HW)?
Secondly: Will the Prostation/OS4.0/AmigaONE bundle ever get an advert in a music mag? I hope so, but which Amiga company has the money for this??? :(
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