Here are the latest Soundslice improvements:
New “Quick tour” integrated editor help
We’ve added a “tour” feature in our editor — an integrated help section that gives you a quick overview of the basic editor features.
You can access this tour via the editor’s Help menu:
We’ll also display this automatically for anybody creating their first slice.
You can now create single-line percussion in our editor! This was already possible via MusicXML import, but now you can do this directly within Soundslice.
Read more in the new help page.
New design when creating slices
We’ve simplified and beautified the options you see when you create a slice. Here’s the old version:
And here’s the new version:
We’ve also completely hidden the editor sidebar in this screen, as the sidebar wasn’t clickable anyway. Much clearer and better looking now.
Tracks are now Instruments
Previously we used the term Track to refer to each instrument/part in your slice. This term was not as clear as we’d liked, and it was too easily confused with our separate concept of Recording — so we now use the term Instrument.
The player, the editor and our help section have all been updated.