Mixcraft 5 adds video scoring and numerous features, including an updated look and feel.
Its performance has been optimized to ensure smooth
playback with low-latency audio drivers. With
Mixcraft 5''s new Video Scoring and Editing features,
users can arrange and edit videos, and
add music and new audio.
With Mixcraft 5''s new
effects automation, users can now easily automate
effects and instrument parameters. With
the new Send Tracks (auxiliary sends), users can
now create effects buses and route audio
from multiple tracks to a single set of effects.
Mixcraft 5''s new mixer provides a comfortable
interface for mixing a project, complete with a
3-band EQ on every channel. Mixcraft 5''s new notation editor lets
users easily create, edit and print sheet music
from their MIDI compositions. There''s a large
collection of new loops, and new instruments
and effects, including Messiah (a re-creation of
the classic Prophet 5 analog synthesizer), the
Alien303 bass synthesizer, AcmeBarGig's Shred
Amp Simulator (featuring five classic tube heads
and 17 cabinets), the Pultronic EQ110 vintage tube EQ emulator and AAS'
Lounge Lizard Session.
Additional features include dual monitor support, recording count-in, low-latency
Windows 7 WaveRT driver support, track bouncing,
clip merging and more.
This upgrade is available for eligible users at acoustica.com/mixcraft/upgradeto5.asp.