Companion E&D has released
v4, the latest major release to their music-making software for Mac OS X. Now a Universal binary that runs natively on Intel and PowerPC-based Macs, Intuem 4 sports many other enhancements. It costs $79; upgrades from previous versions are $49.
With Intuem, you can record and edit live performances, quantize, amplify, arrange, add lyrics, cues and comments, mixing, and share your music by exporting it to a variety of audio formats.
Besides Universal binary support, Intuem 4 has improved support for Apple’s Audio Units technology, improved performance with large audio projects, adds new features to its “pencil” tool, offers direct access to track controls, and gets a face lift to its controller.
That’s only the start — the developer has posted
of what’s changed, online.
Users who bought Intuem 3.5 since August 22, 2006 are entitled to a free upgrade.
System requirements call for a G3/500MHz or faster with 512MB RAM, Mac OS X v10.2.8 or later.