Anvil Studio is an audio editing software program that comes packed with a lot of features. It features a piano roll with a multi-level loops capability which allows users to play notes with durations that are as low as a 1/128th note. Every loop on this can indicate another loop, a note 4 a riff. The program also comes with a rhythm editor that facilitates dynamic editing even when the song is playing.
With the Anvil Studio freeware, you can input notes from an external MIDI device, use duplet, quintuplet or suplet notes, use an on-screen keyboard guitar fretboard and even piano. Several effect controls including the option to play notes with a mouse-over movement, per-track mute/solo, pan, and channel fading have been integrated into this program.
The Anvil Studio audio editing tool supports two popular file formats. This software program is essentially a MIDI recorder/ composer and due to this, it supports to main file formats; .MID and .WAV files. But while it lacks MP3/MP4 compatibility, it is easy to find recorders or composers in these formats. What is hard to find is a freeware audio editing program that is capable of handling WAV and MIDI files, and that’s where Anvil Studio comes in.
Anvil Studio audio editing program is designed for Windows users which might not be good news for people with other operating systems. Luckily there no limit to the Windows OS version that you can install this program in. It is compatible with every Windows version including Windows Vista 32 bit, Windows 98, Window 2000, NT 4.0, ME and Windows XP.
Other extra capabilities of the Anvil Studio software is the “Repair Song” menu that lets you correct poorly formatted MIDI files and the echo to SoundCard feature that you can use when recording MIDI from any MIDI input source.
There are user-defined keyboard shortcuts that you can use with this software. Additionally, the program allows you to exercise control using MIDI controllers like foot switches and Modulation wheels that can control the program remotely.
|Anvil Studio 2020.06.03 Jul 30, 2020||
In version 2020.06.01, when Pro-Mix View / Automation was used, Tempo control was not being displayed properly.
In version 2020.06.01, inserting a time signature before other time signatures sometimes made the following ones go away.
|Anvil Studio 2020.06.02 Jul 13, 2020||In version 2020.06.01, inserting a time signature before other time signatures sometimes made the following ones go away.|
|Anvil Studio 2020.06.01 Jul 2, 2020||
Fixed a problem that was added in version 2020.05.01 where after creating a new song and adding notes, pressing play did nothing.
Songs with lots of samples would sometimes not play some of the samples.
Fixed a problem where the Piano Roll editor was having trouble displaying tied-note events.
Print Preview was displaying huge image on high-resolution monitors with more than 96 dots-per-inch.
Added two new buttons to the View / Event List menu:
The Filter Events... button allows you to display a specific set of events in the Event List.
The Delete Events... button allows you to delete all events that are displayed in the filtered event list, e.g. if you want to delete all Sustain events, press Filter Events to only display sustain events, and then press Delete Events... and set the checkbox Displayed Filtered Events.
The Insert Event...> button is a shortcut for Edit / Insert MIDI Event...
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