FlexiMusic Orchestra

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  • Version: Mar2004
  • Publisher: www.fleximusic.com
  • File Size: 4.32 MB
  • Date: Oct 28, 2008
  • Price: $15
  • License: Free Trial Software
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FlexiMusic Orchestra is a virtual musical instrument on your PC and a professional keyboard player for live orchestra. Use it to convert your computer into a musical instrument. Use your keyboard as all-in-one musical instrument. FlexiMusic Orchestra will simplify creative work at a price that won't break the bank. In the studio, at home or on the road, FlexiMusic Orchestra is for every hobby musician. Designed for DJs, Music Lovers, and Background Ambience. Some of the features are listed below.

Features:
1. Multiple sound wave player, assigning each sound wave file to each key of your keyboard or mouse, or other device, and play it in Real time.
2. Real time key press informer, while running in the background.
3. Hobby Use: To play sounds on your PC (only use keyboard and mouse).
4. Professional Use: In a live orchestral performance, multiple keyboards can be connected to one PC and multiple people can play music at the same time. Also, a set of music can be assigned and it will change to change everyones sound.
5. Midi sound: The General Midi (GM) 128 bank instruments and Drum sets can be assigned to keys and be played.
6. Multiple Input Devices: Keyboards, Mouse, Joystick, Music-Keyboards, etc...
7. Play Boards: An Unlimited number of play boards can be added.
8. Assign a pronouncing key name sound to each key, and, as a key is pressed, it will keep sounding that pronunciation.
9. DJ / Juke Box: With sound/music in wave file, using the program's queue and loop, it will work as well as a normal music player.
10. Play multiple songs at the same time.
11. Up to five different song queues can run concurrently.
12. All inputs will playback simultaneously by doing live mixing in real time.
13. It plays the sound as soon as the key is pressed, unless you set it to queue.
14. Play Styles: It has Four different play styles available while assigning a sample wave file to a key: Play Once, Play Multi, Play Loop and Play Queue.
15. Independent Player.
16. Small File Size, The FlexiMusic Orchestra file format (*.FmOrc).
17. Clean and easy-to-use interface.
18. Several built-in features.

Who can use it?
The average computer user can use it to play music on his or her computer for a hobby without musical instruments. Professional Orchestras or DJs can use it for live performances. Hobbyists who want to create great sounding orchestral music, or students who are studying the art and craft of orchestration will find it valuable. Children and the blind can use it as a Real time key press informer to be trained on PC keyboard usage. Use it for question/answer secession, in teaching classes, or in a quiz program.

Complete Features and Benefits

In FlexiMusic Orchestra, you can assign "small pieces of music beat" to each key/button of all your "Input Devices" and play it as an orchestra or musical instrument.
Small piece of music beat: Choose any standard instrument/drum from the midi bank, or use a sample of wave files you already have. There are a lot of places on the Internet where you can download sound samples. Create music using our FlexiMusic Composer, save it to a wave file, and then use it here.
Input devices: Computer Keyboard, Mouse, Joystick, Midi and other keyboards. Use single or multiple input devices together. The input device can be anything that DirectX can detect.
Real time: It plays the sound as soon as the key is pressed, unless you set it to queue.
Key Press Informer: While working, you can assign a sound to each key & mouse, and leave it in the background while you are working on another application. This will keep beeping the sound accordingly. This can be used to alert you as to which key is being pressed for better accessibility.
Sound Sources: Two sound sources ("Wave" and "Midi") are available. You can also choose an action to be done while a key is pressed. "None" means nothing is chosen.
Wave Sound Sources: Choose a "Wave" sound source by choosing a wave file with the Select File button.
Save wave in Orchestra file: Normally keep it checked so that the wave data is inside the orchestra file, which will make it easier to move the orchestra file from one PC to another. The wave file is not needed after you select it once.
Play Styles: Four play styles are available while assigning a sample wave file to a key:
1) Play Once: Plays a sound once for every keypress. You can set it either to allow or not to allow duplicate play.
2) Play Multi: Plays a sound multiple times as per the variable time delays you choose.
3) Play Loop: Loops the sound continuously, or for the required number of times. Pressing the key will start or stop the sound.
4) Play Queue: Like many other DJ software programs, this will queue the sound or song, and play them one by one. You can have single or multiple (up to five) queues running concurrently. You can set it either to allow or not to allow duplicate play.
Midi sound: The General Midi (GM) 128 bank instruments and 9 bank Drum sets can be assigned to keys and play.
Recording and Playback: Record your keystrokes played and replay it later. Use the record button and start playing your music, and, when you are finished, stop the recording. The recording always has a name.
Multiple input Devices: Connect any number of input devices (keyboards, mice, joysticks, music-keyboards, etc.) and use them together so that many people can play simultaneously. This is very useful for a professional orchestra. All inputs will playback simultaneously by doing live mixing in real time.
Multiple Play Boards: Create an unlimited number of play boards. Each play board will have all the input devices (like keyboards, etc.) as sub boards. Each play board will have its own set of sound assignments as you need. While you are playing, you can change over to the next play board to play a completely new set of music. This is useful when you define multiple instruments (piano, guitar etc..) for a hobb. Simply using your keyboard, mouse etc., you can assign each instrument to each play board. Then, when you change over to the next play board, your personal computer becomes that instrument.
Real Time Key Press Informer: Assign a pronouncing key name sound to each key, as and when a key is pressed, it will keep sounding that pronunciation. This is useful for children who will learn the names of the keys while playing with the keyboard. This is also useful for blind people to know which key is being pressed while they are using another application.
Background Play: It can run in background. Once you put the input ON, it will play even while you are working on another application. For example if you are playing a game or typing a letter, if you assign "UP pronouncing wave file" for "up arrow key", whenever you press the "up arrow key" it will keep sounding "UP" "UP", making it fun to use your PC.
DJ / Juke Box: If you have sound/music in a wave file, you can use Orchestra's Queue and Loop just as well as any normal music player. Additionally, it can play multiple songs at the same time. It is a multi-sound wave player, assigning each sound wave file to each key of your keyboard, or mouse, or whatever, and play it in Real time.
Save and Open:
Save and Open Orchestra file.
Save wave file within the orchestra file (for easy transport), or leave the wave files in their original place (to save space).
Wave file format supported:
Channel: Stereo and Mono
Sample size: 8 bits and 16 bits
Sample rate: 11025, 22050 and 44100 Hz.

The license of this software is Free Trial Software, the price is $15, you can free download and get a free trial.

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