Posts Tagged 'MOTU Digital Performer 7'

MOTU Digital Performer 7.2 now available

MOTU Digital Performer 7.2 now available

Digital Performer beta testers could barely contain their excitement (and their non-disclosure agreements) when they first experimented with DP 7.2‘s new Themes. Within minutes of posting the first beta with this feature, comments like “AWESOME work guys!” and “I’m as giddy as a school girl!” came flooding in to MOTU Central. Want to see what all the excitement is about? If you own Version 7, you can now download the free Version 7.2 updater and see for yourself.

MOTU Digital Performer 7.11 is now shipping

Digital Performer 7.11 is now shipping. If you own Version 7, you can download the free Version 7.11 updater. This maintenance release includes expanded control surface and MIDI device configuration options, improved waveform overview construction, and more, as well as features and enhancements first introduced in DP 7.1 and earlier. Improved control surface configuration options enable the use of applications such as Saitara Software’s AC-7 applications for iPhone and iPad.

MOTU Digital Performer 7.02 is now shipping

Digital Performer 7.02 is now shipping. If you own Version 7, you can download the free Version 7.02 updater. This second maintenance release includes several highly-requested program enhancements and optimizations, including the new QuickScribe features, keyboard shortcuts, and count-off click options first introduced in 7.01. Refer to the download description and update Read Me documentation for complete details.

New guitar tones for MOTU Digital Performer 7

New guitar tones for MOTU Digital Performer 7

Digital Performer 7 is now shipping, and headlining the new features are eleven new guitar effects plug-ins that produce authentic guitar tones based on physical modeling technology that emulates classic stomp boxes, amps and cabinets. In seconds, you can start with a pedal, feed the signal to a custom amp, then run it through a vintage speaker cabinet. The result? Amazing tone, which you can then tweak until it’s perfect. Or experiment with virtually infinite combinations in the signal chain. To get started, download these effects chains (as DP clippings) and drag and drop them onto your dry guitar tracks in Digital Performer 7.