Posts Tagged 'Zplane vielklang'

Zplane vielklang 1.5 released

Zplane announce version 1.5 of the award-winning automatic harmony plugin vielklang. It is a tool to harmonize your melody with one single click – loading a single-voiced audio file – and create natural-sounding background choirs and brass arrangements.

Zplane Vielklang 1.1.1. update ready for Leopard

Zplane released a maintanence update for vielklang: version 1.1.1. The update ensures compatibility with Leopard (MacOsX 10.5.x) and is, due to additional bugfixes, recommended for all users.

zplane.development release v.1.1 of vielklang with RTAS support

Today zplane.development released version 1.1 of vielklang, the audio harmonization instrument for easy generation of vocal or instrumental harmonies with up to four voices. The utilization of voice leading and harmony progression models allows vielklang to create harmony parts in a more musical way than traditional harmony processors and makes it a versatile and creative tool for musicians, songwriters and producers.

zplane.development announces version 1.1 of vielklang

Zplane.development announced the release of vielklang 1.1 in September 2007. They made vielklang an even more versatile and powerful tool in the production process. The release of version 1.1 will definitely extend vielklang’s lead as the quickest, easiest and most musical harmonization tool available.

zplane.vielklang 1.0.2. available

zplane.development has updated vielklang to v1.0.2. This update contains several stability improvements and is recommended for all users.

zplane.vielklang 1.0.1. available

A maintenance release of vielklang, version number 1.0.1, is now available for download. This release includes stability and performance improvements over version 1.0. The update is recommended for all users.

vielklang – The world needs more harmony!

Today zplane.development announced the availability of vielklang, a plugin instrument for instant audio harmonization. vielklang generates up to four voices from a single voiced audio input. The progression of each individual voice is controlled by sophisticated harmony progression and voice leading models, resulting in musically meaningful harmonization without any configuration efforts.