Acoustica in Oakhurst, Calif., announces the Version 7.5 releases of Mixcraft ($89.95) and Mixcraft Pro Studio ($164.95). This update of Acoustica’s flagship recording software is free for all registered users of Mixcraft 7.
Mixcraft V. 7.5 enhancements includes full support for Windows 10 audio capabilities, FLAC file support (including recording directly to FLAC), improved mixing performance, MIDI bug fixes, and a new Hungarian translation.
Mixcraft V. 7.5 also adds new MIDI controller support for devices by Akai, Arturia, Behringer, Keith McMillen Instruments, DJTechTools, Numark, Novation, and others.
Mixcraft V. 7.5’s audio mixing threads are now given the highest priority on Windows 10 so that other system functions won’t interrupt the music. Plus, when Mixcraft V. 7.5 is used with new low-latency Windows 10 audio drivers, it is now possible to achieve audio latency as low as 5 ms while still allowing other applications to share an audio device.
Mixcraft V. 7.5 also includes the Theremin Loops kit, which features performances from Thereminist Armen Ra. The new Dub Reggae song kit features Mark James from the rock band Breaking Benjamin on bass. This kit also features live drums and guitar played by Los Angeles producer Shok (of the Electro Swing band Red Light District, who also produced both of these kits. The drum and bass sounds were routed through Overstayer analog outboard gear, including the Saturator.