Software Sampler "Phonolith" Version 0.5 released

Date 18-Mar-2007 19:22:49
Topic: Software News

Phonolith is a software instrument for AmigaOS 4, which plays sampled waveforms. It's usable with Horny and other CAMD based sequencers, or just a connected MIDI keyboard.

New in this release is the "Mixdown" feature to save your songs as AIFF file. This works only with a keyfile. As I won't sell them before version 1.0, you can only get one by registering Horny MIDI Sequencer. This includes a free keyfile for Phonolith.

Features (Version 0.5)

-downmixing to AIFF file (not for lite version)
-receives MIDI notes through camd.library
-mixer unit with volume controls and peak meters
-16 different instruments at once
-ADSR amp envelope for each instrument
-unlimited number of samples for each instrument, for key and velocity ranges
-supports AIFF (16 bit) sample format
-imports Logic EXS24 instruments (only from Macintosh (PPC?))
-ReAction GUI

Planned for 1.0
-mixer unit with panning controls
-WAVE sample support
-better EXS24 import (Intel format...)
-connection to Horny for automatic project loading
-control mixer with MIDI commands
-non-linear volume levels and ADSR-release


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