Arguru Software sets Aodix v4 free

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Last month Arguru (Juan Antonio Argüelles Rius) had confirmed that Aodix, a tickless tracker-interface based sequencer and VST2 host with ASIO2 support, would soon become free. Arguru did not plan to continue support for Aodix because his work at Image-Line took up most of his time.

Juan Antonio Argüelles Rius
Juan Antonio Argüelles Rius

Sadly, Arguru passed away in a car accident on June 3rd. The talented and well respected plug-in developer made fame in the early days of the tracker scene. His work includes Psycle, Renoise, discoDSP plug-ins and various Image-Line products (Fl Studio 7, DirectWave, Deckadance…)

Keeping true to Arguru’s plans, Zaf (Aguru’s partner in Arguru Software) has now released Aodix v4.2.0.1 for free.

Arguru Aodix v4

Features

  • Full modular audio and MIDI routing
  • 256 tracks, 256 patterns
  • pattern markers and pattern calls, patterns being of virtually unlimited length
  • 32-bit float sample precision
  • Up to 960 PPQN (Pulses Per Quarter-Note) timestamp precision
  • real-time record and automation
  • piano-roll track split view
  • real-time performance with very low latencies

Support for Aodix will only be available for registered users.

More information: Arguru Software

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