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License manager in Liquid Notes automatically grants a 20 day free trial

Different from other software in music production, there is no demo version of Liquid Notes that only has a limited set of features. Instead, we have opted to use a license manager that gives you a free 20 day trial period with all features unlocked.

In our eyes, this is a better way of doing business then providing you a piece of software that doesn't allow you to try all features.


Compatibility of Liquid Notes with Apple's macOS Sierra (version 10.12)

Apple's recent Special Event saw the unveiling of the iPhone 7 (.. now waterproof and, yes the rumours were correct, without that old-fashioned headset plug), Air Pods (.. in case you want to go wireless), Apple Watch 2, and plenty of other new gadgets. Those gadgets aside, the company also introduced the latest version of the operating system for Mac, now rebranded as "macOS" to be in line with the naming of other software.

Here is a look at what this update contains for users of Mac, and what it means for compatibility with Liquid Notes.


Open Liquid Notes for the first time and be greeted by splash screens

One of the features we like about apps is that they usually come with a well thought of user experience, and greet the user with 3-5 screens when opening the app for the first time. It is there the user is explained the most important features of the app, which has become a sort of best practice in the industry.

We have taken the same concept and brought it to our desktop application, so you can enjoy the same level of comfort.


Basslet becomes one of the Top 5 German crowdfunding campaigns

We like Berlin, and its drive for innovation in music technology. Daniel Büttner was not so long ago one of our contacts at Ableton, and meanwhile is the founder of Lofelt - a company that develops an innovative wearable that brings the bass right onto your arm. Not only that, they also managed to enter Germany's hall of fame for crowdfunding projects.

Here is a bit more on them, and their product as some of you might want to use this while making music.