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Xmas deals for Liquid Notes and Liquid Notes for Live for you to chose from

We've almost reached the end of the year again, and with that comes a time of special offers for you to snatch up that bargain you may have been looking for. This year shouldn’t be any different.

Xmas special offers of Liquid Notes and Liquid Notes for Live.

Here is an overview of the latest deals for Liquid Notes and Liquid Notes for Live:


Prime symbol at chord names in Liquid Notes, and differences to Chord Track in Cubase

With Steinberg having released Cubase 8 some days ago, a few of you have asked what the difference between the Chord Track function in Cubase and Liquid Notes is. Notably, there's been other people inquiring about the symbol (') sometimes added to chords in Liquid Notes for reharmonization.

Here is an attempt to shed more light on both topics.


Update on music theory course with and new layout of user interface of Liquid Notes

Over the past months, we have been delighted by the quantity and depth of your feedback for a new user interface of Liquid Notes and an interactive music theory course. And we thoroughly enjoyed going deep and back and forward with some of you to understand what it is that you'd expect from such a tool.

Taken all together and laying that feedback and requirements out on a product development roadmap, we can say that the features you requested would definitely turn Liquid Notes into a powerful “musical sketchpad” that lays the basis for a new generation of intelligent music instruments. And, given that such a tool would also provide an interactive mode to teach music theory, there certainly is potential for success.


Liquid Notes at 40% off during Thanksgiving weekend at select resellers

Black Friday marks the starting point for all sorts of special offers, especially when it comes to software. There aren't many developers who do not participate in the feast, so naturally we offer a deal too.

And that's a full 40% off the regular sales price of Liquid Notes.


Trial expired message immediately upon first installation and launch of Liquid Notes

It came to our attention over the past days that a few customers reported being shown a 'trial period expired' message when installing Liquid Notes for the first time on their machine. This is abnormal behavior, as when you never installed the software before on your machine you are supposed to be granted a 20-day free trial period to test the software.

We are currently investigating this issue, only very few people are seeing this issue - for all others the software works as designed.

Find out more here if you're affected by this too.


Updated version of Liquid Notes now compatible with Mac OS X Yosemite

We announced in a blog post some weeks ago that Apple made some major changes to how it handles applications in Mac OS X 10.10, which results in a licensing error when you launch Liquid Notes using that version of the operating system. In short, if you updated to OS X Yosemite through Apple's developer seed program, Liquid Notes wasn't usable anymore.

Liquid Notes now compatible with OS X Yosemite

Even though Mac OS X Yosemite is still in beta at the time of writing this article, we have deployed an update today that resolves this issue.