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  1. 4 points
    Dear TH-U user, In the constant effort to always guarantee the highest quality of our products with the best price to performance ratio on the market, we are on the eve of a new step forward in the development of TH-U. We are proud to introduce TH-U Premium, the most advanced version of TH-U that includes all of the current components and features of TH-U Full, and also supports expansion with future models, libraries and add-ons, both free and paid. We are automatically upgrading all TH-U Full licenses to TH-U Premium for free. To celebrate this news, we’re happy to announce that our revolutionary new SuperCabinet module will be included in TH-U Premium at no additional cost to all TH-U Full users. The SuperCabinet is powered by Overloud’s Fluid Convolution technology, which allows you to easily swap speakers to build your own custom cabinets, in addition to choosing from a huge selection microphones and positioning them to create your own trademark sound. Stay tuned for more details about the SuperCabinet! While the name has changed, rest-assured that TH-U Premium is the same as TH-U Full in every way, only better! Thank you as always for your support and we look forward to hearing more of your amazing guitar tones as Overloud's TH-U universe continues to evolve and expand. There is no action needed on your side. You will find the new features into TH-U as soon as we release them in the next days. Best Regards, Overloud
  2. 4 points
    I recommend at seminars that no matter what Windows DAW someone uses, they really owe it to themselves to download Cakewalk. There are several unique functions that other DAWs don't have. I think many people have moved on from the "one DAW must rule them all" mindset, and use more than one DAW. It's easy enough export/import tracks, or even drag and drop, to use multiple programs for what they do best. There's no reason why you can't track or edit in one program, and mix in another. It would be one thing for me to recommend Cakewalk if I expected people to shell out another $300 - $500 in addition to whatever other program they're using, but jeez, it's free. The guitarist/engineer for 60s folk-rock icon Melanie used to live in the neighborhood, and he used Sonar Platinum for all her projects. He was one of those people who was leery of Windows 10 and switching from Sonar to BandLab, but I talked him into it Turned out he wished he had done it sooner.
  3. 4 points
    Within 24 hours of sending AAS a support email, I received a reply with the hotfixes for all of their synths. On my system (configured as per signature), Chromophone 3.1.0 Hotfix 1 VST3 allowed me to load multiple instances in CbB 2021.4.Build 170. Prior to this hotfix (Chromophone 3.1.0), I was unable to do this (Even through jBridge) It should be noted that, on my system, the links pointed to on my first post in this thread are still pre hotfix. That is with the FF cache cleared.
  4. 3 points
    New plugins on the way from new developer, Kiive Audio. They’re not released yet, so no idea what they’re like, but sign up for the newsletter and get the Pultec for free on 11th June. From the Dev The plugins I've been developing are coming out June 11th!!! So freaking stoked!!! Gui by Pablo Ochoa Mogrovejo Sign up to get the pultec plug free and get some first week discounts kiiveaudio.com https://www.kiiveaudio.com/
  5. 3 points
    Piano libraries? Where? Where?
  6. 3 points
    WUP is still based on the retail price, and all the plugins are not eternally on sale that is the loophole. They might always have some kind of sale going on for some of the plugins, but that doesn't mean you can pickup Omni-Channel for $29 365 days a year. Only time I'll get WAVES plugins at this point is when they are free. Otherwise not interested, even at the "sale" prices. With other plugin shops like Plugin Alliance, Melda, Audiority, IKM, Kazrog, and even Boz I find it hard to get locked into 1-seat and unreliable installs/activations.
  7. 3 points
    A delightful new instrument in the Mosaic series, Heavyocity has something really creative here with the diverse sample set of organic, electronic, and found sound samples in the powerful Mosaic engine. This is one of my favorite in the series so far! In this quick look video, I share a play through a selection of presets and get a feel for what the instrument is all about. Mosaic Pluck by Heavyocity ( http://bit.ly/2s5VdC6) normally sells for $119. At the time of posting Mosaic Pluck was on a special intro price of $99 from our friends at Plugin Boutique: https://bit.ly/33lGbKA
  8. 3 points
    I'm still using Win 7 and the latest update of CbB is working fine still. But when the day comes that an update causes havoc for me, is there a way to revert back to the prior version built into CbB software? I think that was spoken about a year ago on this site, but don't remember. And then 2nd, when updating can no longer be done by Win 7 users, is that going to cause a problem in some manner with regard to the activation thing? (Will we be able to maintain using CbB on the latest good Win 7 version that works for us, forever?)
  9. 3 points
    Hmm... There are more pro peeps talking about CbB then you might think.. Check this out.. 👉🏻 THIS SOFTWARE IS BETTER THAN PRO TOOLS AND IT'S FREE!!! - YouTube I remember back in the days around the time of SONAR 4 Producer it won "Best DAW Awards" from every music equipment & software review mag for a couple of years running while lead to 2 MEPA Awards, yet still it was talked about very little to none at all from music and software retailers. I'm sure this had more to do profits and commissions as SONAR Producer was extremely reasonably priced for such an extremely "Jam Packed" powerful, well equipped, feature rich DAW that it simply "Didn't NEED ANY EXTRA 3rd PARTY Instruments or FX Plugins to achieve Professional Results." Of course you "could" run 3rd party DX and VST audio FX and instruments if you wanted to, you just didn't have to because they were already included and bundled with SONAR PE. And I truly believe from the heart that these are not only the best reasons why music retailers and publications resisted talking about SONAR PE back then when it ONLY had a shelf price of $500(us). What could they "honestly" say? That $500 worth of SONAR = $2500 of Cubase or $5000 worth of Pro Tools? But in those days, spending $5000 on a Mac/Pro Tools rig was ultra cheap considering what it would cost to record ONE ALBUM of the same quality to tape. There weren't exactly a lot of choices of top contenders of this caliber back in SONAR days.. I liked eMagic Logic a lot, Cakewalk's main competition at the time in my opinion, Cubase was kinda strong for Electronica but I thought lagging and kinda weak for everything else. But when Apple bought Logic they dropped and orphaned support for Windows, so I dropped and stopped using Logic because Pro Tools does NOT like sharing audio interface drivers with other DAWS very much, and I ONLY run Pro Tools on my Mac, and I only do that to keep my studio in business alive. And as much of a fan and even maybe a minor evangelist I am of Pro Tools running on a MAC, I have to say I'm a much bigger fan and MAJOR evangelist of CAKEWALK by BANDLAB running on a Windows 10 computer with decent audio/MIDI interface and enough power to handle a DAW properly! Like a desktop/tower with a quad-core CPU with 8 gigs of memory with do the trick nicely, but an 8 core with 16 gigs of memory is the starting point of little worries of where the dreams are made of.💪🏻 And I don't love CbB because it's free, because it's that GOOD. I'd also like to add that I still use SONAR Platinum to open and work older projects to remix and insure I know exactly what I have going on, and as an extra layer of precaution, I'll add/update a new "save as" to another hard drive, a new version number to "rename" the project before opening and working on them in CbB. It's a long standing "just in case" measure that saved my ***** and original projects more than once over the decades. SPLAT still runs very well, rock solid in fact, but it not having some of the newer improvements & workflow enhancements I've grown to love and really appreciate in CbB is a tad frustrating. And I can also really, REALLY appreciate the comparison 1st hand the amount of work and effort that gone on since Bandlab took over! 👍👏🏻👏🏻 It really wreaked havoc on the conceptual continuity of my perceptions of "You only get what you pay for." for a couple of minutes. 🤔 Seriously, I was still in kinda shock from Magix throwing ACIDplanet under the buss (along with 20 years of collaborators I lost contact with and my music i had published there😡), then shortly afterGibson throwing SONAR under the buss😡😡, I didn't really know how long it would run good on an ever changing Windows platform, and I was minutes away from purchasing a full License for Presonus Studio ONE along with ANOTHER new tedious learning curve😡😡😡, my Pro Tools AVID Cloud and support license was expiring😡😡😡😡. Yeah, I guess you could say I was in a rather foul mood when I read Meng's announcement that Bandlab was taking over and continuing support for my favorite DAW, the very DAW that's the ground zero CENTERPIECE of my creativity. 🙏🏼 And so.... I'm completely convinced after over 30+ years of rigorous efforts of trials and errors looking for the best DAW, I can honestly say from the heart that they are all good, so the best DAW for anybody should be the DAW the you are MOST familiar with. That, and any & every DAW is only as good as the computer it's installed on. That's a good thing to keep in mind when you're having problems trying to run 24 tracks with dozens of plugins on your 10 year old mid grade laptop running ASIO4ALL drivers.🤔 Gear Heads trying to make a living have LESS reasons to discuss Cakewalk by Bandlab today now that Cakewalk by Bandlab is SO MUCH better NOW then it was when they stopped talking about it 10 years ago, and that it's FREE..... 😆 Well....... It's not exactly a well kept secret I don't know of any honest single seasoned professional audio/MIDI engineer that anything bad or negative to say about CbB other then maybe "WOW this could be bad for business. This DAW is so GOOD it SCARES THE SHIT OUTTA ME!"
  10. 3 points
    For what value of the variable "to prepare?" Your practices are your practices, but I am a stickler for testing my setup before taking it "out," as in my guitar and amp or drums and hardware before playing a live show, mixer, amp and speakers before bringing the PA to my friend's wedding, and so on. Because with live/multi-person studio work, it's not a matter of if something will go sideways, it's which thing will go sideways. Extra cables, extra strings, extra mics, I'm such a nut I used to carry fuses for every band member's amp. It sounds like you don't turn that laptop on very often, did you check to make sure the battery and power supply were okay, that it would even boot? You've surely been tuned in long enough to know that CbB needs to either phone home or do the offline activation dance at least once every 6 months. That process is pretty much our only cost of using the license, but pay it we must. As Noel refers to, all companies want to know how many people are using their software. With programs you pay for, that's easy: how many licenses did we sell? They can't just count downloads, because I am sure there are many people who download Cakewalk, try it, go WTF? and never touch it again. There is software that does require that you be connected to the Internet whenever you use it, Cakewalk is not that. It only requires that you connect to the Internet once in every 6 month period, and that connection doesn't even have to be the system where you're using it now that it has the offline activation option. I'm sure it sounds like a high-handed lecture or blaming, but friendly advice from a (music and software industry) veteran is the intent. Not your fault that Cakewalk wasn't ready to go, rather that in your case, remembering before you take it out after a long inactive spell, checking Cakewalk's activation status is now something you need to do. You don't have to pay money for licensing fees, but there is a cost in that you need to be aware of the activation status. If that cost is unacceptable, then perhaps another DAW solution would be better. In any event, in the spirit of having a backup in case of (corporate) failure, acquiring and learning another DAW (as you are doing with Studio One) is an excellent step. Having one single tool be mission critical when companies go out of business (see Cakewalk, Inc.), spin products off, quality goes downhill, whatever, is not best practice in a time when so many options are available. You might find as many have that Studio One works better for you overall and Cakewalk becomes your backup DAW. Win-win in any case.
  11. 2 points
    Luddite to Steev: I have another backup option if they take my Cakewalk away from me because I choose not to use Windows 10: sonar 8.5. On windows 7. forever. Days Of Future Passed all over again. Also: Why do you care so much what operating system I use? Nothing better to do than try to re-educate me? Who cares? Get a life.
  12. 2 points
    For all of the hard work Noel and the crew put in on this program , all at no charge to me, well... I thank them every day and twice on Sunday.
  13. 2 points
    Hopefully that's because they find Cakewalk easy to figure out, so they're making cool music instead of looking at YouTube
  14. 2 points
    Good post, Terry. I did forget to say that I always work with small clips, one or two vocal phrases and I immediately "bounce to clip". Then move to the next spot. I, as a habit, only have 1 project open at a time. I assume most V-Vocal users are already doing this. I'm a pianist so my template always has Ivory, Superior Drums and Kontakt synths connected. So my RAM is about 3.5 gigs. About a month ago I did forget to close and reopen CbB and I got a crash right away - oops. My method has been working 100% for a year or 2.
  15. 2 points
    I can't help it but "analog emulations" are starting to be like piano libraries.
  16. 2 points
    Move to WHERE? Linux? That's an enormous step BACKWARDS. To be perfectly realistic, there are really only 2 really good choices for solid performing DAWs... Windows 10 or Apple OS-X? As far as I can see that's the only realistic answer/choices to your $64K question😂. Do you have any idea how much a decent Mac recording rig costs that can hold a candle to a Windows10 Cakewalk computer workstation? And what are the costs suffered by "the learning curve of using an entirely different OS"? But let's forget learning curves and money, considering updates to Win 10 from Win 7 are remarkably small learning curve as their GUI's are very close to each othe,r and updating to Cakewalk are both FREE. ( and yes you can still update from Win 7 to Win 10 for free). If you get angry with you "freedom of choices" and forced updates from Microsoft, you're guaranteed a miserable life of LIVIDITY moving on to Apple. You only have one choice to run new software on an outdated version of OS-X. And that choice is YOU CAN'T. Apple won't let you. Nor can you choose to run and old trusty beloved antiquated Firewire 400 audio interface that you love so much you want to be buried with on a modern Mac because the answer is simple as YOU CAN'T. Why? because Apple won't LET YOU! I personally know this to be true because I have 2 rather pricy Firewire 400 audio interfaces that were turned into paperweights because of this. My MOTU 8 and an AVID M box Pro. Both tested and work well on a Windows machine running ASIO drivers, just not as speedy as ANY USB 2 audio interfaces. And speaking of drivers, Apple doesn't support ASIO driver, they only support their Core Audio drivers. Windows 7 may not support the Windows 10 dramatically improved WDDM drivers, but it still supports ASIO drivers. I'm not even sure if Win 7 even supports the radically improved wonders of ARA and VST 3 technology at all? I'm not sure about that, but I don't really care. But I am sure about the fact that Win 10 is SO MUCH BETTER, FASTER, SMARTER (due to telemetry), maintenance free, and secure then Win 7 across the board that I don't have to because I no linger have to worry about these and so many others things anymore. With all due respect my friend there was a time when luddites said that about electricity. They argued; "Why do we a light bulb when a kerosene lantern can burn so much more brightly?" But the world kept on turning as electricity came to pass, and people would evolve and realize how much better the electric light bulb was and how much better, cleaner, healthier, and so much less expensive their homes were to live in, and as a result, they managed to save up enough money to by more freedom, as in, in the shape of a new Ford, a.k.a an automobile. But the luddites argued; "Why would you need an automobile when a horse and buggy is so much better? Can an automobile be your friend or find it's way home if you get lost?" But the world kept on turning as mass manufacturing progressed and as the people came to realize that even though a Ford isn't necessarily loving friend, it wouldn't get angry bite you if it thought you were ignoring it and getting a little too slow providing scheduled meals. But a Ford doesn't care how much food is in it's belly and it doesn't have to be fed every day whether you use it or not. The only thing a Ford will do to you to get even is leave you stranded on the road if you forget to feed it, but who's fault is that? And so naturally progression took it's course, and people started to realize that there was nothing inherently evil about automobiles. And as such, saved up enough money to replace their aging local telegraph operator service with a telephone in their own home. Of course what with being a luddite and all, their aging local telegraph operator didn't appreciate this act of treason as much as those committing it, but........... Well your local landline telecommunications providers don't really have any more appreciation for cellular service providers then your broadcast media providers do for the Internet, now do they? But tough tutties for the luddites, because you can't stop the world from turning and evolving, and without evolution there would be no progress, and if the luddites had their way we wouldn't be here right now because we would not only have "None of these things." and it would be a never ending and ultimately improbable chore to try and get the smell of kerosene out of our hair and clothes. And so as the story goes... Windows 7 was freak'in AWESOME for it's decade, but it's decade has PASSED and now it's as silly and dangerous as using kerosene lanterns because both pose extreme security risks.. Windows 7 was never intended to be a life long friend, and now, it not only holds you back from progressing, your standing on shaky, unstable grounds as the world continues to turn and evolve, you are one update away from blowing up and nuking you entire computer and taking Cakewalk by Bandlab with it.. And if that's not DANGEROUS I don't know what is!
  17. 2 points
    Is there ever a point where Waves isn't having a sale? Not to get technical (which means I'm getting technical), but the FTC actually has regulations on exactly the kind of practices where, as you recently put it, a sellers offerings are perpetually on sale --- that is, the full retail price isn't really reality. That's totally the case with Waves. Of course, you could say that it doesn't hurt anyone, but it's not exactly honest either. At this point, I would actually feel sorry for a non-wealthy musician/producer who stumbled upon any Waves plugins and bought them at full price. I mean, the odds are against that anyone could actually buy at a point Waves wasn't having a sale, but in the rare instance that someone does, and if they purchased at that price, it would be a bit disappointing.
  18. 2 points
    YOUR RESULTS MAY VARY. Don't be all butthurt at me if you goto the brick and mortar store and this isn't the same price or sold out... That said... A buddy went to a local Walmart and found some 500GB SSD's for $25 each. I went to one on the way to the studio and they rang up for $43- still a decent deal I'm happy with. Goto BrickSeek and use it at a general guide: https://brickseek.com/walmart-inventory-checker?sku=678518912 Not available online.
  19. 2 points
    This is great. I subscribed. But all of these YouTubers view count is not much. We also need a YouTuber who use Cakewalk with like a million subscribers and 100k views at least. It is not exist in these days but it will happen. Cakewalk 😁
  20. 2 points
    2021.04 Update 1 RC1 (build fixes everything that I had reported about the articulation track. It works beautifully now from what I've tried. Thanks so much for the update.
  21. 2 points
    The final method (which IMO is the quickest), is to use the pattern tool:
  22. 2 points
    Use the Celeste pedal in Pianoteq. Instant felt.
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  24. 1 point
    Finished my testing of Acustica's Sienna, here's the 10 track project close to release. Have a great W/E...
  25. 1 point
    Availabe May 14th..intro price $30 https://jonmeyersounds.com/
  26. 1 point
    I haven't purchased a WUP in about 5 years. They all still work but I only use a handful of them anymore, plus they haven't released any new ones I'm interested in. I used to go through Waves Universe, around $165.00 for the bunch; Mercury, AB, SSL.. Unfortunately Waves Universe is no more.
  27. 1 point
    Hi Wookie, A ragged, insistent and fractious work which would be at home in a Germanic thriller. Great Stuff - thanks for sharing! regards paul
  28. 1 point
    Didn't Ray Charles record his last album with SONAR? I really believe the term "it's free" has a serious and often times paralyzing "Stigmatizing Effect" on decision making. I know when I hear "it's free" slows me down a bit and it raises the hairs of the back of my neck having been burned so many times before, but both Windows 10 or Cakewalk have been around long enough to produce an overwhelming amount of testimony on how good, safe, and effective they are. I've always cringed at the question when asked "What DAW do you think I should get?" My answer for over 20 years + was usually SONAR because it's so versatile feature rich it has something for anyone's style and workflows, which all so many would argue was too pricy and over bloated with features they don't feel they need, and now CbB which turns the discussion 180° around to "it isn't pricy enough." to be true for such a powerful and feature rich DAW 😂 And so to dig out of that quagmire I suggest Reason 11 Studio, starting at $300 and has a super large arsenal of instruments and FX with a sweet SWEET sounding new and very powerful & authentic large format analog mixing console modeled after the world famous shockingly pricy SSL 9000k desk. But last and not even close to the least, don't know how or want to learn how to use Reason as a DAW or even know what an SSL mixing desk is or can do, no problem. Reason's new Rack Extension allows everything in Reason to run as a VST3 plugin in any DAW. Running it in Cakewalk's synth rack, I must rate it as "The Synth Rack from Heaven." If you can find or tweak the synth sounds you want, then they most likely don't exist. As it has each instrument running on it's own MIDI tracks running on Cakewalk's sequencer, and audio tracks within Cakewalk's mixer, or any other DAW that supports VST3 very efficiently with a surprising low hit to computer resources, and if THAT ain't a serious kick in the gas and serious compliment for any DAW, I don't know what is.💪🏻 But utterly useless for those who don't like or refuse to use synths in their music.🤯
  29. 1 point
    Thanks to everyone who listened and commented. I brought the level up a bit, and it sounds better now- thanks for letting me know it was too low. Regards, Bob
  30. 1 point
    99 Euros - May 14th to May 17th https://www.acustica-audio.com/store/products/neb4server
  31. 1 point
    I use mainly 3rd party programs myself however some like the stock ones n4 comes with. Tim Petherick, CDS ( good but hasn't been updated in years), Alex B, Cupwise, AITB are a few . There's some good programs in this older freebie from Henry Olonga- AYCE The above are the unofficial 3rd party devs, you'll find the official ones on AA's site.. There's some good programs there too. Edit- here's the link to the free downloads- AYCE Free Notice the Waves Q Clone link too...
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  34. 1 point
    John Good track, well sung - only thing I would say is that perhaps you could put a little more reverb on the vocals Otherwise cool Nigel
  35. 1 point
    Cough up $100 or so and get a usable audio interface for starters.
  36. 1 point
    Love all the little extras in the background The cello is just outstanding down there in the bass range. Love the mournfulness of its sound Wonderful song. -Bjorn
  37. 1 point
    I never would have guessed this was a Makke song. Nice toe tapping groove to this one. I like it. -Bjorn
  38. 1 point
    Paul Sad lyrics in a beautiful song. Your vocal delivery is so good. I love the melodic phrase that begins ~1.55. Seems like it could be a different song. Great job! -Bjorn
  39. 1 point
    Me too. And you have asked the 64,000-bit question (can't say 64,000 dollars, since it's free). I'm not counting on it. No mal intent on the part of the developers here; they just need to cater to the majority, who have moved on. I'm wishin' and hopin' and prayin', but I'm also realistic. If the day comes when it will no longer work on Windows 7, I'll move on. But not to Windows 10.
  40. 1 point
    Set your audio clips to absolute time, then you can set your tempo to whatever you want - the audio clips will ignore it.
  41. 1 point
    The biggest problem with some of the newer NI Kontakt libraries ( like Hybrid ) isn't CC7 / CC10... it's CC 1 (Modulation Wheel). For some crazy reason they've bound it to filter cut-off frequency. When CC 1 is reset to its default (which from the MIDI spec is zero - bear in mind in most synths modulation is usually tied to the LFO for vibrato, so you actually want it off), it sets the cut-off frequency to 0Hz. So no sound whatsoever comes through. There's two workarounds: 1. Turn off "Zero Controllers When Play Stops" 2. Insert a CC 1 / 100 (or whatever you want your cut-off frequency to be) at 1:01:000 within your MIDI track.
  42. 1 point
    I feel Odd every morning. Maybe I'm normal and all of you are Odd 🤔 (Probably not) 😆
  43. 1 point
    It has a vibe about it for sure mix sounds reasonable here, I did not notice the kicks bottom being excessive or flabby.
  44. 1 point
    Excellente - this one surprised me - it sounds like a pro performance and mix - nicely done. I really enjoyed your vocal - well done there.
  45. 1 point
    How is Cakewalk by BandLab free? What is the BandLab business model? What is the difference between Cakewalk and BandLab? Is Cakewalk by BandLab any good? These are questions I am asked quite frequently, and in this video I am going to answer them all!
  46. 1 point
    I also received a (non canned) reply regarding the multiple instances in Cakewalk issue. So AAS are definitely looking into it.
  47. 1 point
    Meat Loaf - Bat Out of Hell:
  48. 1 point
    enjoyed the music & video, good blending of mediums..some fine clips you have in there.
  49. 1 point
    I listend to crazy for dreaming ? I think I recognize the vox. I appreciate how the lyrics are phrased like one might do a solo ...jumping across the bar line. Sounds great!
  50. 1 point
    I would like to recommend to anyone who hasn't upgraded their FreeFX Bundle that they snap this up. Especially if you can do it in conjunction with the other first-timer discounts. If it's your first purchase with Meldaproduction, there are 2 ways to get extra savings: while you're setting up your account, sign up for their newsletter, which gets you 10 euros to spend any way you like. When you make your purchase, use my referral code, MELDA1923165, which will knock another 10% off the order (I'll also get credits for 10% of your order). These discounts also apply to any other first order from them. Since the FreeFX Bundle upgrade is now going for 20 euro, this scheme would make your eventual cost 9 euro, or $10.73. There are 37 plug-ins in the bundle. If you have the FreeFX Bundle, the upgrade lets you use the plug-ins' preset manager (and download community presets), scale the UI, use upsampling, and access the multiparameters and custom modulators screens for plug-ins that have them. The plug-ins in the bundle that I use often, and which I believe to be at the top of their class at any price, include MTuner, MEQualizer, MCompressor, MStereoscope, MLoudnessanalyzer, and MMetronome. If the tuner by itself cost 9 euros it would be a must have. It's polyphonic and has a pitch-to-MIDI convertor. I also use MOscillator and MNoisegenerator when I need such utilities for testing. Many of the rest also see occasional use.
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