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MOTU Ships FreeStyle 2.31
version brings parity between Mac and Windows
of the Unicorn has started shipping FreeStyle 2.31, its notation, sequencing
and system-exclusive recording and editing suite. According to MOTU, this
latest version brings feature parity between Power Mac/68 K Mac and all
Windows operating systems from 95 on up.
version adds features like Event List editing, Step Record, system-exclusive
recording and editing, support for more than 275 MIDI instruments and
sound modules and more. Some of these new features include:
- The Event List
display, which shows MIDI data events in numerical form, includes a
"Step Time" parameter, which shows the length of time until the next
- FreeStyle's Step
Record feature, which lets users insert notes and chords one at a time
from either a computer keyboard or MIDI instrument, includes Visual
Step Record. Visual Step Record allows users to see the actual notes
or chords they are inserting, in either piano roll form or in dynamically
transcribed musical notation, right before they step enter them. Step
record feature allows users to enter notes entirely from the computer
keyboard, without a MIDI instrument.
- Support for inserting,
recording and editing MIDI system exclusive data, Registered Parameter
Number controllers and Non-Registered Parameter Number controller data.
2.31 fully supports USB Macintosh computers. Existing FreeStyle users
can upgrade their current copy of FreeStyle for $69. A competitive crossgrade
to FreeStyle is also available. The full version runs $195.
information, visit http://www.motu.com.
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