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Set tracks to solo or mute in the Instrument Settings in Liquid Notes

In Liquid Notes the instrument settings panel gives you the possibility to set tracks to solo or mute. This comes in useful if you are interested in how only certain tracks sound, or want to manage chord progressions when only taking in feedback from particular tracks.

Here is more information on this feature.

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Meet us at Pioneers Festival in Vienna to talk on Liquid Notes and other projects

Pioneers Festival has become one of the most popular events in Central Europe where entrepreneurs, investors, etc. from all over the world meet. It's also one of Austria's finest events, for it takes place in Vienna's Imperial Palace which comes with amazing architecture that was crafted by the great masters of some centuries ago.

Here is more about this event.

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Single user license model with one-time payment for Liquid Notes

In recent times the music software industry has seen the emergence of plugin rental stores, which enables the use of a new licensing model: renting a software for a pre-defined period of time rather than a one-time payment. This is more in-line with the level of comfort users today expect from Web 2.0 services, yet there are pros and cons.

Here is a closer look at licensing models and what advantages or disadvantages those contain.

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Click on learn more to get additional information for each setting in Liquid Notes

Since one of the latest updates of Liquid Notes we have included a new feature that provides additional information on each of the settings included in our intelligent chord progression management software. That enables you to quickly know what is what in the software, and what effect a change of settings will have.

Here is more information about this feature.

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Working together with Oracle on resolving the issue for compatibility with Java 8

It’s been a while since Java 8 has been made available to users of Mac and Windows. While Liquid Notes is compatible with Java 8 on Windows, this is not the case yet for Mac. Over the past months we have been working together with Oracle, the developers of Java, in understanding the issue that causes an error on launching Liquid Notes on Mac OS X when using Java 8.

Here is an update on this situation, mostly relevant for Mac users only.

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Use the one-click file export function to drag & drop projects out of Liquid Notes

Both versions of Liquid Notes are equipped with a function that enables a one-click file export. This comes in useful when you make changes to your composition often, and hence have to toggle back and forth between Liquid Notes and your sequencer.

You can also always drag a file directly onto Liquid Notes, granted this is supported by your DAW.

Here is more on how this works.

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