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Sep 6 - 05:11 PM, by Francois Déchery (translated by pesji)440network > MacMusic
440network : Global search tool - macmusicSince it became tedious to do a search in thousands pages of MacMusic, a new global search tool is now available (from the home page). This tool includes all the MacMusic search forms mixed in one convenient form. You will also find a Google powered search tool. Enjoy...
Sep 6 - 10:28 AM, by clouvel (translated by pesji)Music Software > Digidesign
Music Software : Digi suite bundle available! - macmusicThe Digidesign software bundle, officially named as "Music Production Enhancement Suite for Pro Tools" including
Reason Adapted, Live Digidesign Edition, SampleTank SE, AmpliTube LE, et T-RackS EQ, will be available for the Pro Tools owners registered before August 2003 and for a price of 99$.

You can purchase it through the Digidesign store, for the time being only in the U.S but Europe should come soon.
Sep 5 - 02:20 PM, by wfplb Misc > Dolby Laboratories
Misc : Dolby E supported by Protools - macmusicAvid with Protools should now be able to store Dolby E audio channels. Dolby E is specifically intended for the distribution of multichannel audio within professional production and distribution environments. Any time prior to delivery to the consumer, Dolby E is the preferred method for distribution of multichannel/multiprogram audio with video.
Sep 5 - 02:10 PM, by mysticalsun Music Software > Iced Audio
Music Software : AudioFinder 2.4.3 Released - macmusicIf you're a digital musician who's got hordes of sound sample files scattered all over your hard drive, this handy app will help you locate and audition them to find the ones you want to use in a project. It works kind of like an audio file browser, culling through your hard disk to find sound files (AIFF, AIFC, SDII, REX, and WAV formats supported), and then allowing you to play each file from within its easy-to-use interface. From there, you can flag all the desired files in the favorites directory and then simply import them from the directory to your audio sequencer of choice. It also has a BPM feature that will either guess the beats-per-minute in a drum loop or song sample for you, or let you tap out the beats of the rhythm on its BPM Tap Pad to manually determine the tempo.
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