Ohm Force has released Ohm Studio 1.0 – its real-time collaborative digital audio workstation software for Windows and Mac.
They describe Ohm Studio as “the first real-time collaborative digital audio workstation.”
Here’s what they have to say about Ohm Studio:
With Ohm Studio, you can record audio at high quality. Set up your audio interface, check the I/Os, arm your track(s), prepare your instrument and let?s go! Once recorded, your tracks are directly available on the cloud for every member of the project. A rock band can have their raw tracks recorded in no time, every member from their own place, in their own time!
The same is true for MIDI. Choose an instrument – whether it?s our UVI-powered multi-timbral instrument, some GForce included classic virtual analog, or any of your VST plugins – and record, draw and edit MIDI notes and events. Or let your partners do it for you.
Here’s a video preview: Continue reading
Here’s another sneak preview of Bitwig Studio, focusing on working with Instrument Clips:
This beta video highlights several of Bitwig Studio’s features for working with instrument clips. Switch between clip- or track-based note editing, bring more life into your composition using note expressions and and per-note micro-pitch control, or use the histogram-based inspector function on several notes at once to randomize or spread parameter variances, changing the feel of your instrument clips.
Cakewalk’s Jimmy Landry visited the Sonic State studio to talk with Nick Batt about the latest version of their Windows DAW, Sonar X3. Continue reading
Cakewalk has released Sonar X3 – “the biggest upgrade to date” for their Windows DAW.
Sonar X3 includes core workflow enhancements and features like Color Customization, Comping, VST3 Support, ARA integration, Melodyne Essential, Tape Emulator and QuadCurve EQ Zoom & Analyzer. It also adds new effects and instruments, including XLN Audio Addictive Drums, Nomad Factory Blue Tubes FX and Lounge Lizard SONAR.
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n-Track Studio – an audio and MIDI multitrack recorder for iPhone, iPad or iPod touch – has been updated with iOS 7 compatibility, programmable tempo changes and more.
Here’s what’s new in n-Track Studio 3.0.0:
- Built-in metronome with programmable tempo changes
- EQ now appears as a popup window
- 2D frequency spectrum sonogram
- iOS 7 compatibility
XME has released Studio 2 – the latest version of the iPad DAW.
Key features of version 2 include support for up to 96 tracks and AudioBus.
Studio 2 also supports importing audio from a wide variety of sources, including: your music library, iTunes-synced document folder, email, online radio stations and YouTube videos
Studio 2 is available now in the App Store.
MooCowMusic has released Looptical – a new app that turns iOS devices into a looping-based music studio.
Here’s what they have to say about Looptical:
Record your musical ideas on the go and mix them into a finished track, or use them as the basis for a new project back at your studio. Create looped sections of music and combine them to form larger musical sections until you have a finished song. Going from an initial riff idea to full track is easy with Looptical. Then mix the track with comprehensive effects and fully automated mixer controls, or export the MIDI and component audio tracks to your DAW when back at the studio to take your song one step further.
Here’s the official intro video: Continue reading
Gibson Brands has announced today that it has entered into a letter of intent with Roland Corporation and Cakewalk for Gibson to acquire Cakewalk, makers of Sonar, Z3TA+ 2 and other music software.
Gibson Brands CEO Henry Juszkiewicz says that, as part of Gibson, Cakewalk will “enhance their flagship professional products, pursue provocative R&D initiatives, and continue to serve the needs of musicians and producers”.
Following the closing of the proposed acquisition, a new brand, TASCAM Professional Software, will be created to support, promote, and publish Cakewalk’s current and future professional products. The Cakewalk staff and headquarters will remain in Boston as an independent division.
Cakewalk shared these FAQ’s about the deal: Continue reading