WaveMachine Labs new 48-channel recording app has been blowing up the comments since we announced that it was available earlier today.
Here’s an early review, via Russ at airusersblog. He demonstrates the interface and demonstrate how it works with a project.
While a lot of readers have been skeptical about Auria’s $50 price tag, Russ calls Auria ‘fantastic’ and ‘an outstanding value for the money’.
If you’ve used Auria, let us know what you think of it!
WaveMachine Labs has announced Drumagog 5, the latest version of its drum replacement software.
According to WaveMachine, they’ve added Drumagog features based on customers’ requests:
Among the most requested improvements to Drumagog is sample alignment. While Drumagog 4’s auto align algorithm did a fair job, samples sometimes suffered from phase issues, especially when blended with the original track. Drumagog 5’s new
Auto Align 2.0 is the result of years of collaboration between WaveMachine Labs and Fraunhofer (inventors of the MP3 format). This work has resulted in a revolutionary new sample alignment algorithm. Samples are now phase accurate, even in critical augmentation/blending scenarios. Another significant update is Direct Plugin Hosting. This exciting feature allows Drumagog to host it’s own VSTi plugins, greatly expanding the sound library options. Instruments like BFD2, Kontakt, and Superior Drummer are simply inserted into Drumagog for a seamless triggering experience. Other features include a completely redesigned GUI, improved sample management and more.
Available in the first quarter of 2010, with pricing to be announced, Drumagog 5 represents more than two years of design and development. Continue reading