What's New?

Version 5 Changes
  • Video support
  • Track level automation
  • Send/aux tracks
  • Master track automation
  • Built in noise reduction for audio clips
  • Musical typing keyboard
  • Notation editing and printing (sheet music)
  • New effects (Tube EQ, Amp simulator)
  • New VSTis ( Messiah, Lounge Lizard, Acoustica Expanded Instruments, Alien 303 Bass synth)
  • Mixer tab ( built in track EQ, etc.)
  • Metronome count-in
  • Improved loop mode
  • Updated user interface look and feel
  • Support for WaveRT exclusive mode on Windows 7
  • Link clip feature
  • New ALT drag to make a quick copy of a clip
  • New +1 looper button on clips
  • Improved support for faulty VSTs
  • Lower CPU usage
  • Better hard drive utilization
  • Record directly to OGG mode.

    Version 4.5 Changes
  • Support for saving projects to MIDI
  • New Primo Burning engine!
  • Can now select channel for mono audio clips
  • Bug fixes for some audio devices
  • Bug fix for freezing tracks.

    Version 4 Changes
  • Support for MIDI - record and playback.
  • Integrated support for VSTi software synthesizers.
  • Integrated VST MiniMogueEx, VB3 organ, General MIDI synth
  • Presets allow you to make mega instruments, combining effects and virtual synthesizers.
  • Support for Vista's WaveRT low latency audio system.
  • Piano Roll interface for editing, quantizing and snapping notes.
  • Looping MIDI clips

    Version 3 Changes
  • Brand New Interface
  • Support for ASIO low latency driver system
  • FlexAudio time stretching
  • Beat Matching and Key Matching
  • Detects beats in songs
  • Supports ACID and Apple loops
  • Downloadable Loop Library
  • Effects are accessed on Track details or Project details page
  • Envelopes work slightly different than in version 2
  • Transfer project feature
  • Record multiple audio tracks at a time.
  • Import MP3s, WAVs, OGGs or AIF files
  • Supports 24 bit, 192 kHz high resolution audio.

    If you are upgrading from Mixcraft version 2, there are a few features that are different. 
    Some of the features that you were used to in version 2 have slightly different interfaces.

    Envelope Points On Sounds
    In Mixcraft 2, you were able to add envelope points anywhere on a clip by simply clicking at that spot.  In v 2, you were able to drag an envelope line by dragging the line.  

    In the latest version, when you move your mouse over the sound, you will now see the I-Beam cursor which shows that you can make a partial selection of the sound.  You can now add points by clicking down on the envelope line.  If you want to add points anywhere on the sound, hold the Ctrl key and click down on the sound.  If you want to move an envelope line, hold down the Shift key and drag an envelope line (the cursor will turn into an up-down arrow ).

    Add an envelope point anywhere: Hold down the Ctrl key and click.
    Drag an envelope line: Hold down the Shift key and drag.
    Delete an envelope point: Hold down the Alt key and click on a point.

    More on shaping sound volume, pan and filters.

    In Mixcraft 2, recording was limited to one track at a time.  In version 2, the new recording would be placed wherever the caret was.  In the latest version, you can 'arm' tracks and record multiple tracks at a time.  Each recording will be placed on its respectively armed track.   More on arming tracks in version 3.

    Other Changes
    The interface was dramatically changed.  The software supports low latency ASIO sound drivers.  You can now visually time stretch with FlexAudio™.  The latest version supports beat matching, tempo and key changes and will detect the beats in imported songs.