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Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium, July 11, 2007 – Image Line Software, the creator of FL Studio, has released its first additive synthesizer, Morphine. With a flexible architecture and low CPU usage algorithms that retain a warm sound, Morphine introduces a revolution to the world of Additive Synthesis. Available in AudioUnit, VSTi and Standalone versions.

       

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”The development of Morphine was a long, stressful process – it took thousands of man-hours work, but it was worth it“ said Maxx Claster, the developer of Morphine. ”Now we have a powerful additive synthesizer with a tightly optimized, high-quality sound engine, great resynthesis features and a logical user-friendly interface.“


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Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium, May 11, 2007 - Image Line Software, the creators of software such as FL Studio / Fruityloops, has announced the release of Deckadance, a fully featured DJ mixing application in which creative DJ performance is the key design philosophy. Deckadance can be controlled using most (if not all) existing midi controllers and time-coded vinyl and CD systems.


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Deckadance works either as a standalone program or as a VSTi plugin inside a VST host. Deckadance can also host any VST-compliant softsynth or effect.


Image Line Software brings more than 10 years of experience in DSP and writing/managing audio software to the DJ software market. Their expertise in music production software is reflected in Deckadance ...


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Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium, January 11, 2007 -- Image Line Software has announced the much anticipated release of its complete music production environment, FL Studio 7. Representing the culmination of more than 9 years of sustained development, FL Studio 7 is set to become the most flexible virtual music studio tool in the industry.


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Chief Software Architect, Didier Dambrin has realized his vision of creating an open-architecture virtual studio environment where the only constraint on the users is their own imagination. This philosophy is reflected in FL Studio 7's flexible audio and control data routing, free-form Playlist design and interoperability with industry standards (VST/VSTi/VST2, DXi, DXi2, Buzz, ReWire, MIDI, MP3, WAV, OGG). Didier notes "We don't try to protect our data & come up with new formats only ...


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Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium, December 19, 2005 - FL Studio (formerly Fruityloops), Image-Line's all-in-one software music production suite for PC, has received a major upgrade to version 6.


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FL Studio 6 is an exciting combination of core enhancements and new plugins. Leading the changes is the new, larger, resizable Mixer, with fully flexible inter-track routing and PDC functions.

 

MIDI functionality has been extended to include a wider range of external controllers as well as foot-pedal support. The Play List and industry-leading Piano Roll have been improved, ready to work hand-in-hand with a rack of exciting new plugins such as Direct Wave advanced sampler, EQUO morphing graphic equalizer, Reeverb 2 and Delay Bank (a multi-bank delay), to name just ...


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Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium, October 20, 2005 - Sytrus 2 features 4 new filter types, enhanced editing in the harmonics section, and a brand new arpeggiating system built-in multipoint envelopes. All this bundled with over 350 presets.


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Sytrus provides endless sonic capabilities through 6 operators combining FM, RM, plucked and subtractive synthesis (no samples inside), and a user interface preserving your screen real estate.

 

The rich implementation characteristics of Sytrus allow for an extremely wide range of sounds and even entire loops in a single preset, made possible by the fully customizable envelope system.

 

Sytrus 2.0 new features:

- 4 new filters for a total 12x5 different filter types.

- Arpeggiating system built-in multipoint envelopes, ...


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