Intuem can bring together its simple yet powerful note refitters to transform a sequencer-unfriendly performance, and its variable-tempo system to control other sequencers. Intuem 3.5 can drive other sequencers like Apple's Logic Express and Soundtrack Pro or any sequencer that responds to MIDI Machine Control (MMC), MIDI Clock or MIDI Time Code (MTC). If the sequencer has specific MIDI devices, audio effects or AppleLoops or a special feature, they all can be made available in a hybrid environment. Since Intuem can create and maintain a dynamic sequence that lines-up exactly with bar and beat intervals and can control other sequencers, Intuem users can have a sequencer environment that does everything.
Intuem now plays with others via its new MIDI synchronization features. Working not only with external synchronizable MIDI devices, but with other applications like Apple's Logic Express and Soundtrack Pro, with two-way communication to control Intuem, or be controlled by Intuem. Now every studio can add Intuem's tempo handling facilities and ease of use to their existing sequencers and MIDI hardware devices.
Many existing features have been enhanced from note-refitters that not only squeeze and stretch notes, but can now shift notes in time and automatically quantize the notated appearance of music, making the tool even more powerful than before. The Inspector has been enhanced to provide a filterable list of all of a track's events showing each event in a single row and giving all events a specific editor (Even SysEx can be edited, and with a new two panel Hex/ASCII editor.) allowing access to all aspects of an event at a glance so they can be edited with more precision than through other methods. The Mixer has been enhanced as well with the addition of a new mode: "Set Levels" permitting controller levels to be set through the length of the composition instead of inserting short changes over time. The mixer now also updates itself on screen much, much faster then before making it even more handy.
Other important changes include: the ability to use AudioUnit music effects as MIDI devices; the option of hiding (and removing from processing) tracks that are no longer needed; flexible channel specific recording from external MIDI devices; support for pitch-specific after touch; and quick access to the Inspector.
What's new in Intuem 3.5.0:
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