Here is a sampling of what you can do with Doggiebox today:
- create and modify drum tracks of unlimited length using a flexible yet intuitive interface
- specify intricate rhythms (with zoomable granularity to 12 subdivisions per beat), including triplets, with ease
- include tempo and time signature changes (including compound time) over arbitrary bars in a song
- create and modify your own drum kits, including an unlimited range of instrument types (e.g. drums, cymbals, accessories) and variants, including their actual sounds and icons
- copy and paste groups of bars between song files, even if those songs each use a different drum kit
- play back a song using different drum kits, using automated instrument matching (try the included demo song with the two provided drum kits)
- mark off song sections, such as verses and choruses, in a separate scrolling list for easy navigation and management
- export your creations to AIFF or WAV (or any of a dozen formats) for use in other audio recording applications
- Added command-H key equivalent to hide the application.
- Fixed bug where tempo icons were sometimes being drawn upside-down in the pattern properties sheet.
- Brought the user's guide up to date.
- Implemented registration incentives for non-licensed users.
What's new in this version: