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DMG Audio has released updates of its EQuality,Compassion and EQuick effect plugins for Windows and Mac.

The next update should include AAX-Native support (free for existing customers).

Changes in EQality v1.16/Compassion v1.05/EQuick v1.01

  • Fixed textbox display, ProTools Mac RTAS.
  • Fix crash when switching between DMGAudio plugins in ProTools using header menu.
  • Fixed obscure potential crash bug.
  • VST3 versions support presets.
  • Fixed clip-light handling in ProTools.
  • Fixed bug whereby host redraw would slow down when UI was open.
  • Improved AudioSuite metering and processing.
  • Enable Windows ProTools automation menu.
  • Fixed issues relating to window resizing in ProTools.
  • Added A/B Automation type preference.
  • Always report zero latency when expired/hard bypassed.
  • Can now right-click the A/B menu to toggle. [EQuality/Compassion]
  • Fixed bug where saving filter with 48db/oct (entered numerically) reloads as 42db/oct. [EQuick/EQuality]
  • Fixed bug whereby analyser could hide high-frequency spikes. [EQuick/EQuality]
  • Fix Spec-analyser pops. [EQuality]
  • Clip/Limiter is now post M-S decode. [Compassion]
  • Added Limiter pre/post parameter. [Compassion]
  • Added Expander Threshold offset parameter. [Compassion]
  • Fixed issue whereby Auto-release depended on manual release parameter. Warning: This might change sessions where autorelease is used. If so, set auto-release short time to match manual release time. [Compassion]
  • Fixed bug whereby detectors would display incorrectly as Peak in detector graph. [Compassion]
  • Reduced memory usage by 14MB/instance. Now 3.2MB/instance. [Compassion]
  • Added Peak/Hold indicator for limiter gain reduction. [Compassion]
  • Exclude filters/notches when computing maximum gain while dragging. [EQuick]
  • Ctrl+Alt+Click to delete all selected bands. [EQuick]
  • Fix Band Type control in VST3. [EQuick]
  • Added mousewheel-zoom to graph. [EQuick]
  • Speed up mousewheel adjustment of filter slopes. [EQuick]
  • Fixed Solo in Stereo Mode menu. [EQuick]

 

The updated versions are now available to download from DMG Audio.

 

More information: DMG Audio

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