Digital Performer 9.1.2 – MIDI and audio sequencer/recorder


Digital Performer is a versatile and powerful DAW specially made to turn your Mac into a recording


Helps you play, record, edit, mix, process and mix audio with ease

Thanks to Digital Performer you can record, mix, edit, process and master your recordings with the help of virtual instruments, loops, MIDI tracks and audio tracks combined with external hardware such as synths, microphones, controllers, compressors and instruments, all from within a user-oriented production environment.


Your complete desktop studio production includes features like the Drum Editor and QuickScribe notation, numerous inspiring plug-ins such as Chorus Ensemble or Subkick, as well as guitar FX plug-ins.


From Digital Performer’s customizable main window you can quickly import loops, work with virtual instruments along with third-party plugins. You can effortlessly tweak and prepare your recording with the help of Digital Performer’s mixing, editing, mastering and processing tools.


Easily access and work with all tools and features from within a user-oriented interface

What is more, Digital Performer makes it easy to combine MIDI sequencing, virtual instruments, multitrack audio recording, sound libraries and loops. Gain instant access and use the dedicated editors along with the common editing, mixing and processing features in order to deliver outstanding results.


The highly customizable interface helps you access various features from the top of the window and also allows you to split the main window into two panes, add side bards with the most used lists and info windows. The best part is that you can save multiple custom payouts or use the predefined presets for tracking, mixing, editing and other steps of your workflow.


Adjust Digital Performer’s default layout and appearance according to your needs

On top of that, Digital Performer comes with numerous themes that you can use to personalize Digital Performer’s appearance. Third-party themes are also supported and you can quickly add them to the existing collection.


All above mentioned tools and features and even more are delivered in a single application that you can use to create high quality audio and songs for your projects.



Version 9.1:


  • Reduced latency for audio I/O and VIs under OS X — Host buffer latency under CoreAudio has been cut in half. As an example, if you choose a buffer setting of 128 samples, version 9.1 yields 256 samples of total host latency (one buffer on input and one on output), plus any hardware latency. This will improve audio I/O latency and virtual instrument performance.
  • Enhanced WASAPI driver performance under Windows — The latency of the WASAPI (Windows Audio) driver has been significantly reduced. This will improve audio I/O latency and virtual instrument performance. The CPU load of the sample rate conversion used in the Windows Audio driver has also been substantially reduced.
  • MAS engine optimization for small buffer settings — DP’s MOTU Audio System (MAS) engine processing has been optimized to better support operation at smaller buffer sizes (for both Mac and Windows).
  • Next-gen Pre-genTM engine — DP’s Next-generation Pre-gen engine transparently pre-renders audio output from virtual instruments and plug-ins to dramatically reduce their CPU load. In version 9.1, this feature has been highly optimized for greatly enhanced CPU performance. DP seamlessly manages transitions between pre- generated audio and live audio as needed (such as when you record a virtual instrument live). In addition, virtual instruments are always available for preview activities, such as editing notes in the MIDI Graphic Editor or using a VI’s on-screen keyboard (previously they were only active when playback was underway). To fine-tune the responsiveness of plug-ins and virtual instruments, go to Setup menu > Configure Audio System > Configure Studio Settings and adjust the Prime Milliseconds setting.
  • SMPTE-Z plug-in — The SMPTE-Z plug-in generates Longitudinal Time Code (LTC) while locked to DP’s timeline or while running independently in Freewheel mode. The Stillframe option causes time code to continue to be generated even when DP’s transport is stopped (parked on one frame). Time code can be routed anywhere via the audio track’s output assignment, allowing for accurate time code sync in a wide variety of situations.
  • Hardware Insert plug-in — The Hardware Insert plug-in functions just like other DP effects plug-ins, but loops the channel’s audio signal to a piece of outboard hardware for external processing by the hardware. It can be instantiated in line with other software plug-ins and even saved as part of an effect chain clipping. The plug-in includes a button that pings the external hardware, measures the resulting latency and automatically compensates for it. The hardware insert plug-in allows you to easily incorporate outboard gear into your DP effects chains.


  • Track level meters now display the track’s level post-fader and pre-pan.
  • Fixed a problem where plugging or unplugging headphones while using built-in audio could cause MAS to stop and report a hardware change.
  • Fixed a latency compensation bug with side-chain outputs of VIs running in pre-gen mode.
  • Fixed a bug with latency compensation, where using voice tracks as a “recordable aux track” would not correctly align the source material.
  • Fixed assigning midi inputs in the Track Assignments dialog.
  • Reduced wait-time when switching between chunks with a high track count.
  • Fixed a crash when reducing the number of sends.
  • Fixed backing window to match effect window when resized.
  • Allow maximum value in automation lane to be selected.
  • Fixed an issue where a track might not immediately appear when moved from a closed folder to an open one.
  • Simplified the studio setup dialog.
  • Fixed a bug where VST or AU wrappers would crash if validation was performed after MAS had been turned off and back on again.
  • Fixed an error message that would be displayed when hitting delete in the waveform editor.
  • Fixed a problem where some VSTs would seem to hang during validation.
  • Fixed saving as AudioDesk files from DP.
  • Fixed DP 9.x file IO compatibility with DP 8.
  • Fixed crash when duplicating label in a Console.
  • Fixed a crash when double-clicking the MIDI learn button.
  • Fixed a bug where removing a mono-to-stereo effect could leave the track playing only to the left channel.
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when switching chunks from the SE mini-menu.
  • Fixed an error that would be displayed when opening a project containing a movie with no audio track.
  • Fixed an issue where cut copy paste wasn’t working in OS modal dialogs like the Save As window.
  • Fixed a print bug where the Page Setup scale factor wasn’t working as expected.
  • Updated the English and Japanese PDF manuals (in the Help menu).
  • Fixed issues with Avid Artist Mix / EuCon surfaces where track names might not show up or the control surface might disconnect in sequences with lots of tracks.
  • Fixed issues with track layouts not properly duplicating with sequences.
  • Fixed an issue where hitting TAB triggered the search filter whether or not the Track Selector was open.



OS X 10.6.8 or later

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Size – 1.12GB