Automation sliders
All sliders can be automated, individually or in groups. Automation in this context means programming a slider thumb to move from one point to another within a given time interval. Times can range from .01 seconds to 100 hours. Automations can be one-shots or loops; loops can be used to create auto-panning, vibrato, and tremolo effects.
Variable automation waveforms
Each automation has its own waveform setting. The available waveforms are triangle, ramp up, ramp down, square, and random.
Audio looping
Audio files can be played as one-shots or loops. Any portion of an audio file can be looped, and a loop’s end points can be edited dynamically while the audio is playing. The audio position can be also changed dynamically for “scratching” effects.
Clipboard support
The standard Windows editing keys are fully supported for copying or moving tracks within a document, or between documents, via the Windows clipboard.
Unlimited undo
Unlimited undo/redo is supported for all operations.
Dragging/sorting tracks
Single or multiple tracks can be repositioned within a document using drag-and-drop, without interruption of audio. Tracks can also be sorted by name or control value, by clicking on a column header.
Loading multiple audio files
Any number of audio files can be inserted into a document at once, using either the standard file open dialog, or drag-and-drop from Windows Explorer.
A track can be programmed to trigger its audio repeatedly, at a specific interval, regardless of the audio length.
Multi-track operations
Multiple tracks can easily be played, paused, stopped, muted, or soloed simultaneously. Slider automation can also be programmed in multiple tracks simultaneously.
“Soft” mute/solo
A mute/solo operation can be made gradual rather than immediate; this unusual feature is very useful for live mixing.
A document's state can be captured in a "snapshot", which can be restored at any time. Any number of snapshots can be created, and they can have shortcut keys assigned to them.