Frieve Music Studio Independence 1.25 | Size 9.97 MB
Music Studio Independence is integrated music software for all musicians!
Music Studio Independence has a great number of functions for every music scene, such as composition, arrangement, recording, mixing and mastering.
You can create music with various ways such as real-time recording, step recording and editing with just using a mouse!
You can edit music just as you want by using four kinds of windows ; Track, Piano Roll, Score Roll, Event List and Mixer.
For example, you can mix an acoustic guitar and a vocal for MIDI data.
Furthermore, you can use an effect for these sounds.
Music Studio Independence has most functions for CD production ; multiplex recording, effect, mixture and mastering.
Playback buttons are also assigned to function keys, to allow quick and precise control of playback.
The current measure can be programmed into 10 different location buttons for instant positioning within a song
Change playback speed:
Change playback speed from 1/2 x to 2 x normal speed regardless of tempo.
Repeat playback between loop start position and loop end position.
Solo and mute:
You can set every track to solo and mute.
In real-time recording, you can record your performance by using a MIDI keyboard, and choose from 5 recording modes: replace, standard, overwrite, overdub and new track. You can also punch in and punch out.
Step recording is one of the fastest ways to input a note.
You set the velocity and the length of a note, and then input a note from either a MIDI keyboard or the onscreen keyboard. You can extend a note with the space key when you want to input a longer note than the length of the note that you set.
You can also use an onscreen keyboard or the PC keyboard for step recording.
Recording in a piano roll and a score roll by using a mouse.
In the piano roll, you can input notes with a mouse. You can also do step recording by using a MIDI keyboard.
Step recording in the event list:
The Event List shows information about notes, which are represented as numbers. You can input all kinds of events by using the PC keyboard. The
Event List allows you to edit individual events per beat using up and down arrows.
Undo and Redo:
You can undo mistakes up to 10 times.
Edit while playing:
You can edit MIDI data in real time while playing. All functions for MIDI editing are available at any moment in playing.
When you want to edit something, you only have to select a target to edit, and then execute editing. For example, when you edit a track, you select a track. When you edit a time, you select a track and range. When you edit a specific event, you select an event. After selecting an item you can then edit it.
Various selection methods:
In the piano roll and score roll, you can select an event by using the mouse. To select one event, click an event directly. To select events by range, drag time or key or value of a control from the beginning to the end of your selection. To add a new event to a selection, select the event while holding down the CTRL key. To narrow down a selected event, select the event while holding down the SHIFT key.
Event filter to select:
Use the event filter to select specific types of events to edit (i.e. Track, Channel, Position, Beat, Tick, Note, Poly ATT, Control, Program, After Touch, Pitch, Special and Tempo).
Basic Editing Function:
You can do eight kinds of basic editing: cut, copy, paste, delete, insert, merge, insert time and delete time.
Various windows for editing:
In the track window, you can edit tracks and measures. In the piano roll, the score roll and the event list window, you can edit events.
Edit multiple tracks at once:
All windows (piano roll, score roll and event list) can be open simultaneously. The piano roll and score windows can display events from multiple tracks in one window.
Show only specific events:
In the event list, you can limit which events are displayed by using the "Select with filter" command.
Editing of control changes:
In the piano roll and score roll windows, you can edit control changes at the bottom of the window. You can input control changes freehand, or using straight lines and curves, with the mouse.
In the mixer window, you can edit values such as volume, pan and effect send of a track. You can input effects and controls in real time by sliding faders (or using dials), while recording in real time (for example, filter, reverb, portamento, etc.)
All sliders/dials can be re-assigned to any midi control numbers (e.g. assign reverb slider/dial to any control change value from 0 to 127).
You can change the values of events using the following parameters: uniform, max, min, add, scale and random. You can edit various event parameters (such as transpose and velocity) by using this function.
You can change the timing of events using the Quantize command. Music Studio Standard has duration quantize, groove quantize, note quantize and chord quantize, as well as general quantize.
Create control curves:
You can draw control changes in the piano roll using: straight line, curve, sine curve, saw curve, square curve and random. All midi control parameters can be edited in this window, from control changes 0 to 127.
Tempo, Meter and Key track:
You can change tempo, time and key throughout a song by using these tracks.
OS: Windows 95/98/Me/NT 4.0/2000/XP/Vista
CPU: Pentium-133MHz(MIDI) Celeron, Pentium 2 over(Audio)
Memory: 32MB(MIDI) 64MB(Audio)
Display: 800x600 High Color(16bit)
Othres: MIDI interface or software synthesizer MME compatible sound card(Audio)
Program is full version 100% working and tested.