STORM is a complete all-in-one software for music composition, both modular and real time, providing you with various virtual instruments. You first choose the modules you wish to use: synthesizers, drum machines, sample sequencer, scratch decks, audio recorder, effects, etc. Then valid your choice and in a few seconds your studio is ready: you can start composing at once. Real-time effects, an integrated sequencer, a powerful tool to change keys in your melodies, and full automation of the studio provide you with the flexibility, power and control for making electronic music compositions.
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