Anvil Studio Works includes the works - all optional Anvil Studio accessories.
It also includes free upgrades to all accessories that we develop in the future.
Click an accessory's name to see its detailed description.
Allows you to record and play songs with multiple audio tracks, limited only by your computer's memory.
This accessory adds 24-bit, 192kHz audio, and ASIO support.
It also allows you to simultaneously record up to 8 audio tracks at a time if you have a Sound Card with enough audio inputs.
Supports non-destructive editing of each track's sound effects controls over time.
For example, you could use it to gradually decrease the volume of a track at the end of a song,
creating the effect of a moving fader.
It also lets you:
Use soundcards with low-latency ASIO drivers and load third-party VST effects.
Manage a graphical view of your MIDI setup.
Import Instrument Definition (.INS) files, and load and save Patch Libraries for a variety of synthesizers, sound modules, and effects processors.
These allow you to use your synthesizer's patch names, controller names, and drum names,
instead of the General Midi names.
connect each Instrument track to a different VST-Instrument,
connect each Instrument track to a different MIDI Out port, so a single song can be played on several synthesizers,
edit the values of any MIDI controllers such as Modulation, Tempo, Pan position, Sustain, and Volume over time.
edit an audio track's Pan position and Volume over time.
edit values of VST parameters over time,
use Automation to capture the position of faders and VST dials as you play / mix the song, and then use those changes every time the song is played.
use the ReWire standard for transferring audio data between Anvil Studio and other programs in real time. ReWire acts like a cable that streams audio from one program into another.
see a graphical view of your MIDI setup,
create your own Patch Libraries that describe your synthesizer's patch names, controller names, and drum names.
load Instrument Definition (.INS) files that describe your synthesizer's patch names, controller names, and drum names.
Add any number of routing commands that cause MIDI events received from any MIDI In port to get routed to any MIDI Out port or VST-Instrument port. This can be useful during either a recording session or live performance.
Allows you to load any MIDI song file into Anvil Studio and learn how
to play it on your keyboard by watching Anvil Studio play the notes
on its on-screen piano keyboard.
On your synthesizer keyboard, press the keys that Anvil Studio has
drawn with green dots. Anvil Studio waits for you to press those keys
before going on to the next step in the song. As soon as you press the correct keys,
the next group of keys in the song are shown.
Adds five additional tools to Anvil Studio's Perform screen, including real-time tools that let you control
Arpeggio, Delay effects, Chord harmony, Modulation, Pitch Bend, Channel Volume, Panpot, Sustain and more.
You can buy and download this group of accessories for $99 by pressing the Order Accessories button.