Samstag, 2. Juni 2012

n-Track Studio 7 and n-Track for Mac 2.0 released



As stated in some of my former Blogs I am a heavy user of n-Track for various purposes. Version 7 has been just announced so I started immediately the download and installation of the 64-bit version for Windows 7 64-bit running on a fully fledged HP xw8400 Workstation to begin my testing. 






My first impression is that n-track has released a solid version and really improved usability and stability a lot. For me using various VST Libraries especially the new plugin enhancements are highly appreciated.


And another good news is that for registered n-Track V6 users the upgrade has been announced to be free of charge.


So what's new in version 7?


n-Track Bridge

  • Use your 32 plugins and instruments in the 64 bit version of n-Track.
  • Works with VST, VST3, DirectX (Windows) and AU (Mac) plugins and instruments.
  • Sandbox plugins or instruments in a separate process: if a plugin crashes n-Track doesn't, and you don't risk loosing your work
Seamless looping

No more gaps in audio playback when the song reaches the end of the loop interval, loop a measure and play along

n-Track Drums 2.0*

Redesigned user interface, new effects, new library

Lots more
  • Timeline can now show master, aux, group and instrument channels, avoid to edit envelopes on top of unrelated tracks
  • Improved compatibility with VST3 and VST2.x plugins. See the Plug-in Compatibility Chart
  • Quicker, smaller installer, doesn't require to uninstall before reinstalling
  • nEfx Compressor with side-chain input
  • nEfx Tube distortion plugin
  • Many other improvements and bug fixes

See what's new in the changelog.

Download n-Track 7 now from www.ntrack.com

* The Mac version doesn't currently include n-Track Drums module. It will be added to version 2.1