Tag Archive: Relaunch


Relaunch V1.1 in progress

Just started work on the next version. This will include various bug fixes, tidy up the user interface a bit, and more options on the MIDI sync section.

Relaunch Final Beta almost live..

Relaunch code is complete – V0.99 of Windows and Mac versions will go live in a day or so. All desired features have been added, and all known bugs have been fixed.

After a short period of public testing, V1.00 will be released with any required bug fixes.

Because of the delay, I’ve decided to add a personal license option for those who don’t need a commercial license, but do want MIDI sync. This will be available for £10.

Licensing will be available at the time of release, and any V0.99 licenses will of course be valid for V1.00.

Relaunch beta 5 getting closer

Here’s a screen grab of the current version, with added ‘Resync’ window:

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Here’s an example output. The tracks are:

Drums: Done in Kong using Relaunch drum pad mode

Bell: Recorded from MicroKorg XL, quantised, exported as Midi, then re-recorded using Relaunch

Warbly pad: Recorded from MicroKorg XL with midi sync active, so LFO is in sync with Record.

Bass: Recorded from MicroKorg XL, quantised, exported as Midi, then re-recorded using Relaunch

 

Relaunch test by deluded

Something very special for Relaunch

Some said that it wasn’t possible…

Some still said it wasn’t possible after I announced it!

But the fact is, Relaunch will be able to synchronise external devices to Reason and Record!

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Midi clock allows you to synchronise synthesizers and sequencers to the Reason / Record clock. So all you arpeggios will play in perfect sync, ready to record as audio files.

Midi file playback allows you playback a midi file saved from Reason / Record to any external midi device you want!! This is the closest you’re going to get to midi out until the Propellerheads give in to public demand.

 

Picture this:

You have a great sounding patch on your hardware synth that you want to play, so you record it, and the timing is all over the place.

So, you record the midi instead of the audio. Apply quantize and groove, then export the midi file.

You load the midi file into Relaunch. When you hit play, your synth line will now play through your synth with perfect timing. Just record the audio and you’re sorted!

 

There’s a few more interesting add-ons for Relaunch that I will announce soon!

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