Anvil Studio 2017.03.01 freeware
Anvil Studio is a lightweight Windows application designed to help you record, play, and compose MIDI files, as well as mix multiple tracks into a single audio file. Anvil Studio lets you apply audio effects and filters (e.g. High-pass, Low-pass), use VU meters, zoom in of the sample level, and split a stereo audio into two mono tracks. Anvil Studio offers a wide range of features designed to help you record, play, edit, and compose MIDI files.
|OS||Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||record music, compose music, MIDI creator, MIDI, recorder, compose|
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|2017.03.01||Mar 17, 2017||New Release||Added options to the menu Edit / Change Volume or Pitch, Move or Delete notes that allow you to change Enharmonic and stem direction properties for all notes of a given pitch.
Changed Note Properties window so that you can directly edit the time of an event.
It now works properly when Anvil Studio exits while the screen is minimized or maximized.
In previous versions, changing the Time or Key signatures at time 0 caused all following Time or Key signatures to be deleted. Now, it prompts to ask if this is what you want done.
|2017.02.02||Mar 6, 2017||New Release||In previous versions, some notes not in the current key were displayed as double-sharps instead of naturals. It now displays these accidentals in a more conventional way. If you prefer the way they were displayed before, you don't need to edit anything. Just select View / Options, select the MIDI tab, and set the check box: Display note accidentals the same as versions before 2017
It now displays changes to tempo while the song is playing rather just when the song stops.
|2017.01.03||Feb 2, 2017||New Release||A few Audio devices (Blue Snowball, TASCAM US-16x08, and possibly others) caused Anvil Studio to complain about a sample rate error when used with the Core Audio system. This has been fixed.
When using ASIO audio mode, with the Multi-Audio 8/16 accessory, you can now record 8 MONO audio tracks at the same time, where earlier versions would only let you record 4 Stereo audio tracks.
Several other minor problems were fixed.