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Soundart has released version 1.0 of their PC and Mac based standalone graphical editor, making it possible for Chameleon to integrate even better into computer-based systems. The rollout of GUI's for all the soundskins starts with the Australis Polysynth.
The Australis GUI module allows the editing, saving and uploading of presets, as well as loading the skins themselves, with easy parameter control via MIDI. Users can design their own patches, manage their libraries of sounds and save everything locally to their hard ]disc. This way, the task of switching skins and loading all your favourite sounds is made even easier.
Version 1.0 offers comprehensive control over Australis in Multi Mode, including all the parameters of individual single parts within a multi. Editing directly in Single Mode will follow in an upcoming release of the GUI.
There are three versions available which can be downloaded from the Soundart website to support Windows, Mac OS 9 (with OMS), and Mac OS X, together with a new version of Australis (v1.23) supporting all features offered by the GUI.
For more information, visit their web site at www.soundart-hot.com