Melonsoft has released an update for PianistEnvy, bringing it to version 1.6. PianistEnvy is a music creation utility designed for desktop keyboard piano playing. The update features improved recording stability and bug fixes. According to Melonsoft:
Melonsoft today announced PianistEnvy 1.6, the addictive music instruments program now supports recording and playback of songs.
PianistEnvy allows anyone with a Mac and QuickTime to instantly unleash 120 crystal-clear instruments built-into Appleis QuickTime software. Each note can be extensively manipulated through the Octave, Pressure
and Duration controls. If you find the "point and click" approach to piano playing tedious, simply use your Macis keyboard as an alternative.
The new release improves on recording stability and introduces the ability to both save and load songs for later playback.
The release also fixes a minor bug from 1.5 which would sometimes hinder playback of recording.
You can find more information about the PianistEnvy update at the Melonsoft Web site. PianistEnvy 1.6 is available for US$5.00.