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Temper for Windows

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Key Details of Temper

  • Compose and record MIDI files with this powerful music editor.
  • Last updated on November 8, 2012
  • There have been 1 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)

Developer's Description

Compose and record MIDI files with this powerful music editor.

Temper is a MIDI+Audio sequencer with an emphasis on MIDI. Temper provides a straight-forward user interface that quickly guides you into advanced group operations and unique functionality such as decor and perform time, all tied together with an underlying shape concept for describing data transformation. Easily integrate Temper with your other software via basic drag-and-drop behaviour, more advanced sync functionality, or seamlessly as a VST.

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Full Specifications

November 8, 2012
Latest update
November 8, 2012
Operating System
Windows XP, Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows Vista
Additional Requirements
Temper 1.4 Fix: Potential data corruption when using Add->Program Track.| Fix: Chopped audio events would continue playing.| Fix: Potential crash when selecting Change To-> on a VST and replacing it with another VST.| Fix: Send audio FX were only sending to a single destination, even when multiple destinations were selected.| Change: Metering. How audio signals are monitored and values set has completely changed. There is no longer a meter level below the track name; instead, there are now small meter bars available on the relevant FX. Click on these FX to set the volume and pan levels. Alternatively, click on a track to set the volume and pan levels for all in our out audio FX in the track. When selecting the track, you can also add one or more events to the meter (this replaces the track MIDI levels, which are now gone), which allows you to set a scaling range and initial value for each event. You can also select multiple tracks to get audio meter bars for each. Various other work has been done, such as adding pan as a target in the controller area of the track editor (for realtime pan changes), and adding smoothing to the realtime volume and pan controllers. Note that for audio, a track can have one to three types of levels to meter: Input, phrase and output. Input and output applies to tracks with audio inputs and outputs; phrase applies to the main track. It provides a way to set volume levels before audio gets recorded.| Added button in the track editor that lets you select a default MIDI input. This input will follow whatever track you edit.| Added a brickwall limiter available on audio tracks, accessible by clicking on the track name. New projects will have it enabled by default. It's low quality -- the primary use is to prevent signal overloads from damaging equipment.| Added ability to create a default main buss track that new songs will be initialized with. To do this, create a song with a single track on your audio outs configured as desired, then save the song as "init main audio.squ" in your user programs/Temper/ folder (located in Documents/Angry Red Planet/Temper/ on Windows 7 systems). For example, rather then use the newly added limiter, I have a track configured with ToneBooster's Barricade pro between the audio input and phrases.|
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