Software & Plug-ins - Note: This is a special opportunity for registered users of qualifying software to crossgrade to a full version of MOTU's Digital Performer 9 for a reduced price. For...
Software & Plug-ins - Note: This is a special opportunity for registered users of qualifying software to crossgrade to a full version of MOTU's Digital Performer 9 for a reduced price. For a list of qualifying products, go to the bottom of this page or call your Sales Engineer.Whether you're into songwriting, studio production, live performance, film and television soundtracks, post-production, or surround mixing, MOTU Digital Performer 9 lets you record, edit, arrange, mix, and master audio and MIDI like never before. Your projects will sound better than ever, thanks to DP9's exciting new plug-ins, including an 1176-style limiting amplifier, an upgraded MX4 multi-synth, a pair of polyphonic octave generators, and the mind-blowing MegaSynth subtractive synth. On top of that, you get user-requested features like automation lanes to make writing automation easier, a spectrogram for analyzing frequency content, and a Mute MIDI Notes function to temporarily silence both audio regions and MIDI notes. With support for Retina displays and MusicXML export, MOTU Digital Performer 9 is a phenomenal piece of DAW software!MOTU Digital Performer 9 DAW Software at a Glance:A professional choice for film scoring, post-production, and music recordingMX4 MultiSynth for fat basses, nasty leads, analog pads, and vintage electronicaNew plug-ins to make your projects sound better than everAutomation lanes to make writing automation easierSpectral Display for analyzing frequency contentPopular features to make your musical life easierA professional choice for film scoring, post-production, and music recordingSince 1990, MOTU's Digital Performer has been a staple of the film and music production industry - and for good reason! From its straightforward, tape-style recording layout to its advanced MIDI implementation and scoring capabilities, few other DAWs can claim as comprehensive a feature set as Digital Performer. And with DP9, MOTU upped the ante with automation lanes, a spectrogram, a project notepad, a Mute MIDI Notes function, support for high-resolution Retina displays and MusicXML notation export, and more. Sweetwater and MOTU have been longtime partners, and we've been onboard with Digital Performer since the beginning. So take it from us, Digital Performer 9 makes it easier than ever to take your ideas and turn them into perfectly polished productions.MX4 MultiSynth for fat basses, nasty leads, analog pads, and vintage electronicaAvaila ble previously as a separate purchase, MOTU's powerhouse MX4 multi-synth is now included with Digital Performer 9. Fully 64-bit, the newly upgraded MX4 combines the best of several types of synthesis, including subtractive, wavetable, frequency modulation, amplitude modulation, and analog emulation. On top of that, MX4 now features an EDM-inspired soundbank with 120 presets that'll help you skyrocket to the top of everyone's playlist.New plug-ins to make your projects sound better than everMOTU has worked hard to ensure that Digital Performer 9 is packed with all of the tools that are expected in a modern pro-caliber DAW. That's why they've included the MasterWorks FET-76 emulation of the classic 1176LN limiting amplifier, a MultiFuzz model of Craig Anderton's seminal QuadraFuzz distortion kit from the 70's, MicroG and MicroB polyphonic octave generators for guitar and bass, and the mind-blowing MegaSynth subtractive soft-synth. These excellent plug-ins will make your projects sound better than ever!Automation lanes to make writing automation easierDigital Performer 9 makes writing automation a breeze, thanks to its inclusion of automation lanes. Automation lanes let you display audio and MIDI automation data (volume, pan, plug-in settings, etc.) in separate lanes below each track. It goes without saying that writing and editing your automation is much easier when you can see what you're doing!Spectral Display for analyzing frequency contentWe're all used to seeing amplitude expressed as a waveform within o