Midi Quest 11
|Supporting the latest Windows and
Macintosh operating systems,
Midi Quest 11 is
the only multi-instrument editor/librarian software capable of
managing your studio's MIDI instruments and other devices as a
fully integrated system. Midi Quest supports over 700
instruments from over 50 different manufacturers and helps you
to get the most from your studio's MIDI hardware.
Get all of the details
on what Midi Quest can do for you here.
The new Midi Quest
11 release adds many new features to improve its integration
into your studio including: context sensitive online access to
over 160,000 patches you can use in your projects; enhanced
remote editing options highlighted by iPad and MIDI hardware
controllers; new VST and AU plug-ins provide improved
integration of MIDI hardware into your DAW and included support
Steinberg's vstxml gives you the best automation
editing feedback; and finally, fully integrated support for
SysEx standard file formats .syx, and .mid, as well as Sound
Diver's library (.lib) files allow these file to be opened
without a conversion process.
Why choose patches by number or from a name list that doesn't
match the contents of your hardware? Now you can use Midi Quest
11's newly enhanced patch name export options to create
Logic environment files, Reaper (.rea)
bank name files, and ACID bank name files. In
addition, previously supported patch name formats have been
enhanced with multi-mode patch name lists. This includes the midnam
format used by Pro Tools, Performer,
and Ardour, the patchscript format used by
Cubase, Nuendo, and
Cubasis, and the ins format used by Cakewalk's Sonar
and Music Creator.
Get all of the
details on the Midi Quest 11 upgrade here.
What could you have in common with these music technology
leaders: Korg, Yamaha,
Roland, Line 6, Alesis,
TC-Electronics, and TC-Helicon? Each
of these manufacturers has chosen to license Midi Quest
technology as the best solution for their custom editors. You
too can use Midi Quest to get the most from your MIDI hardware.