SIR Audio Tools
Qwerty Logo
for MAC and PC
"Keep it simple!"

With qwertyGO! you are able to:
  • trigger sounds/songs with your computer-keyboard/midi-device
  • provide backing tracks for live acts and generate a click-track for the drummer on a separate channel
  • play jingles/sound effects/loops in a radio show or at the theater
  • play multichannel sound files for art-performances/sound sculptures
  • present examples of your work to customers at your studio

qwertyGO! is useful for all musicians/artists/DJ's on stage, theaters, radio stations, for sport events or wherever you want to play jingles/backing-tracks/sounds-effects. It's just this nifty little helper you sometimes need!

  • Trigger sounds with you computer keyboard
  • Midi-support
  • adjustable fade-in, fade-out and cross-fade time
  • adjustable pitch
  • "Stop All" function with adjustable fade-out time
  • different play-modes like "play loop - stop when key is pressed again" etc...
  • Mute groups
  • supports different keyboard-Layouts (incl. QWERTY, QWERTZ, AZERTY ...)
  • multichannel/surround output and routing functions
  • adjustable start and stop position in a waveform display
  • imports WAV, AIFF, OGG, FLAC, MP3(via Apple CoreAudio/Windows Audio Compression Manager)
  • New v1.5: Audio Plugin Environment (AU & VST Plugin Integration)
  • New v1.5: New Key Modules: Audio In Through (for Routing Live-In Audio through qwertyGo)
  • New v1.5: Trigger Group Parameter (to start sounds simultaneously)
  • New v1.5: Appearance Settings
  • New v1.5: 16 channel output option
  • New v1.5: StandardEQ integration
  • New v1.5: Mac Version now Code-Signed and Retina aware
  • New v1.5: Windows Version high DPI-Aware
  • ...and much more


Requirements

  • Mac: Intel Processor with Mac OSX 10.6 or newer
  • Windows: Windows Vista/7/8
  • 2 GB RAM or more

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