Create the optimal harmonic base for the audio samples that you are working on in a versatile and intuitive environment with this tool
|Updated||September 11 2019|
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|Crack Size||41.3 MB|
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In the eventuality that you are composing music with the help of MIDI-compatible devices has its perks, then there is a good chance that you may feel like you want to experiment with new scales, harmonies and samples sometimes.
Sundog Scale Studio is an application designed to help you play around with chords and base notes so that you can get rid of the dreaded writer's block and find a new style that appeals to your audience.
The utility includes an elegant and fresh interface that is neatly structured and suitable for first-time users or those with less technical skills. While you can access the menus and check out the sounds you are working on in the upper section of the GUI, the lower section is mostly dedicated to setting up the values and parameters for the new sound you are trying to discover.
Then again, if you are having troubles getting around or are unsure about what certain features can do, then do not hesitate to access the detailed tutorials by hitting the icon located in the lower right side of the interface.
The highlight of the tool stems from the fact that you have complete freedom to experiment with any combination of patterns, notes, octaves, instruments and chords embedded in the app. Needless to say that the program comes with several options that you can try out in your DAW, providing that you have the virtual cable to connect it with.
Lastly, you should know that the program enables you to export your samples to a MIDI file and include all channels or only the one you are currently using. If necessary, you can only export the chords settings to the MIDI file.
If you are looking for a new style, but are unsure whether adding a new instrument or changing the octave could be the element to stir up the artist in you, then perhaps Sundog Scale Studio Crack could lend you a hand.
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