10.75 or above
Standalone | AU | VST
Vista or above
Standalone | VST
32bit | 64bit
Split, layer and combine your VST instruments and FX to explore vast new sound design possibilities.
Freestyle integrates perfectly with your DAW, running as either a VST or AudioUnit plugin.
Transform your laptop into a powerful keyboard workstation.
Perform with Macro Controls, and navigate your set mouse-free with the Snapshot list.
Effortlessly build splits and layers, and create and re-arrange FX chains, all via an intelligent and intuitive drag-and-drop workflow.
Create advanced patches and explore limitless routing possibilities with the powerful Structure View.
Sounds complicated? Not at all... Freestyles unique approach to patching works by drag and drop.
Access all your VST instruments and FX with the integrated Plugin Browser.
Say goodbye to fiddly menus! Find your plugins by text search or with the Favourites system, and simply drag into the Rack or Structure View.
Assign the most important parameters from your rack to Macro Controls for easy access.
Quickly assign parameters via the Learn feature, and define advanced Macros with multiple destinations and custom ranges.
Prepare your live performance with the Snapshots feature. Each Snapshot captures the entire state of the rack, including all plugins, splits and mixer settings.
Navigate your set list mouse-free, direct from your MIDI keyboard.
All Factory Content and installed Soundpacks are available within the integrated browser. Plus, Freestyle racks can be saved with all used samples, resulting in a single portable file.
Granite, Nuance and Vice must be purchased separately.
Freestyle comes with 6 built-in FX units, with more to follow in future updates.
MIDI Port and Channel Filtering allows for better support of multiple MIDI devices.
FX Bypass is now available for all FX modules, both built-in as well as VST.
Enhanced Context Menus now make it much faster to insert and replace modules at any point in the structure.
The Enhanced Macro Controls now include support for multiple pages, and the new Transport Section includes the abilty to sync Freestyle to an external MIDI clock.
Use the new BandSplit module to split any audio signal into 2, 3 or 4 bands for advanced parallel processing.
The update also added various workflow refinements and a refined skin.
The new Crossfade module allows fading between 16 sources, as a user-definable XY grid, and full manual wiring is now possible in the Structure View.
Snapshot Recall time has been dramatically optimized, and support for VST Shell plugins was added.
Freestyle is in continual development, and many new features are planned as part of the 1.x lifecycle.
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