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energyXT2

energyXT2

energyXT2 is a fully featured easy-to use music production sequencer. It provides music producers with a high quality solution for creating music.

It has a wide set of features including no loading-time, all-in-one synth, fx and sequencer, drum machine track, high quality time-stretching/pitch-shifting, REX2 and VST plugin support.

The program can also be loaded as a VST-plugin into other VST compatible sequencers.

 energyXT 2.7

Price
39 euro (full version)

Size
5.0MB (free trial)
License

Proprietary

Developer
XT Software

Website
www.energy-xt.com

System Requirements
1.4GHz PC with 512 RAM
ALSA/OSS driver
Supports the Jack | Audio Connection Kit for low latency multi-channel audio recording and playback on Linux

Support:
energyXT Forum, Tutorials

Selected Reviews:
Linux Format

Other Features include:

Interface

  • Streamlined interface with skinning support
  • Arrange/dock editor windows into multiple Tabs
  • Transporter bar with metronome and tempo
  • Browser with drag & drop of Instruments, effects, samples and loops
  • Modular component view for MIDI and audio routing

Workflow

  • No loading time for application
  • Fast and easy zooming and scrolling with mouse
  • Full undo/redo history
  • Define your own keyboard shortcuts
  • Search fcuntion in browser
  • Fully control all the Mixer and VST instruments/effects parameters from your MIDI keyboard
  • Create your own loop library with samples and Instruments

Sequencing and recording

  • Unlimited MIDI, audio, drum and folder tracks
  • Multi-track recording
  • In-track editing of MIDI, audio and drum events
  • Track-mixer for easy mixing of selected track
  • Arpeggiator with random and probability on each MIDI track
  • Swing/shuffle control on each track
  • MIDI, audio and drum parts can be saved as self-containing library clips (.xtc)
  • Parts can be ghosted (edit one part, and all other parts will be updated too)
  • Clip-based automation of all Mixer and VST parameters
  • Per sample forward/reverse and 3 resample modes: normal, re-pitch and stretch
  • Popup-editor for MIDI and audio parts

Mixing and automation

  • Per-channel trim, volume, pan, mute and solo
  • Unlimited Insert FX and send FX per channel
  • 4-band equalizer per channel
  • All parameters in the mixer can be automated from the sequencer and/or external MIDI in
  • Any number of Group channels can be added for sub-mixing

Synthesizer

  • Phase modulation synthesizer and sampler in one
  • Layer and split synthesized and sampled sounds
  • Per-program Reverb and Delay
  • Multi-mode filter with cutoff and resonance
  • Poly, mono and glide
  • Volume and filter envelopes
  • 4 LFO's and 4 envelopes with 4 param destinations each
  • Per-sound phaser and chorus/flanger
  • Option to edit "all" sounds at once

Multi-fx processor

  • 4 available effects: Reverb, delay, phaser, chorus/flanger
  • Any number of effects can be used in a chain

Audio engine

  • 32-bit audio engine with time-stretching/pitch-shifting algorithm from zplane development
  • Supports industry standard VST instruments and effects
  • Thread-based disk streaming and audio recording
  • Automatic plugin delay compensation
  • Offline render to 16/24/32 bit mono/stereo wav files at any sample rate
  • Runs with ASIO, ALSA or as VST plugin

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