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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

New Piano Keyboard and Improved Audio Quality

The analog synthesizer's new user interface displaying a C-major chord being played.

We just updated AudioSauna with improvements to audio quality and additions to the user interface.

Most importantly, the bug which caused the release time of sequential notes to be cut off is now fixed. In some cases this bug was a real show stopper, since it caused nasty and audible clipping in very basic situations, like laying out a basic 4/4 base drum beat.

The piano keyboard's responsiveness was also improved. Now the down pressed keys are highlighted, giving feedback about the actual position of the currently played notes.

We also updated the analog synthesizer with a new and shiny user interface in addition of minor GUI refinements all over the application.

Next up: perfectifying playing and recording notes with computer's keyboard!


  1. I have read a Korg review. It seems like it's also a great piece. There are some amateur composers who are more into Korg to be used as keyboard and synthesizer.

  2. Thanks for your review.Can I know which model of piano is it?I will be very happy admin tell me.

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