|You can try MultitrackStudio Lite for free. Its main limitation is that it can't handle more than 3 tracks.|
| 32-bit Windows version (Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP)||4.7 MB|| |
| 64-bit Windows version (x64 Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista)||5.1 MB|| |
| Mac OS X version (OS X 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.8, 10.7, 10.6)||6.2 MB|| |
Windows installation: Doubleclick the MultitrackStudio-Lite-WIN32.exe or MultitrackStudio-Lite-WIN64.exe file and follow the instructions that appear on the screen. Hint: use the 32-bit version if in doubt.
Mac installation: Open the MultitrackStudio-Lite-OSX.zip file and drag MultitrackStudio to the Applications folder.
|"||Having come from a background of using (and sometimes even writing) DOS-based Music Composition software in the 1990’s and later changing to Windows based solutions, both from the company Voyetra, I was initially apprehensive about buying new MIDI and AUDIO software. After several false starts and expensive disappointments, I came across MultitrackStudio and was pleasantly surprised by both the low price and the fact that it is authored by some of my countrymen.|
And then I began to use it for a real project. Hand-on-heart I can say that I have seldom had the luxury of using such intuitive software. I have only begun to explore a few portions of this amazing program, but whatever I touch just seems to work the way I expect it to.
Additionally, it is my judgement that these programmers truly understand the “bare metal” of the machines the software runs on. Many me-too solutions suffer from unacceptably bad latency, meaning delays between keyboard and sound. Not so, MultitrackStudio. No audible delays. Having, in the past been up close and personal with the real bits and bytes of programming, I know how hard this is to achieve. I can only conclude that these guys truly understand both music and machines.
I recommend MultitrackStudio to anyone, unreservedly. - Bas Möllenkramer