Nampa, ID, April 06, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- AutoBacktrack allows any guitar player to record tracks with their guitar using any combination of over 100 effects plugins included, and at the same time lets them play a large variety of other musical instruments with their guitar. The application is also compatible with a wide array of third-party plugins.
Getting started with AutoBacktrack is easy. Just connect your guitar to your PC through the mic input or by using a USB converter. Configure your audio settings. Select your effects and connect those using virtual cables. Select your output options such as headphones, speakers and recorder. Select any instruments to play through your guitar and you’re ready to record your backing tracks as simple or complex as you like.
According to Van Sickle, “I always dreamed of having a complete studio with all of the effects and recording equipment that comes with it. But what I really wanted was an all in one system that would give me everything, and not cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars. I also added one more ambitious goal, and that was to allow me to play any instrument with my guitar.”
A demo version has been released and is a fully functional but, save disabled version with limited effects and instruments. Note and chord detection has periodic time out message as well. The demo version 1.2 can be downloaded from http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Audio/Audio-Mixers-Synthesizers/AutoBacktrack.shtml
AutoBacktrack v1.2 is now available with a new and improved note and chord detection system as well as eight new instruments that include String section, Brass section, Bass, Harmonica, Violin, Drum set, Piano and Saxophone.
A new feature added in version 1.2 includes an adjustable octave filter that filters unwanted harmonic overtones allowing AutoBacktrack to achieve more accurate chord detection. You are able to adjust the filter level by selecting AutoBacktrack's note and chord detection window and pressing the + key on your keyboard to increase the filter level or - to decrease the level or the letter f to turn off the filter.
More information is available at
Brad Van Sickle