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DMG Audio updates... everything!

Agrandir

DMG Audio has announced a general update of its entire range of plugins.

 DMG Audio has announced a series of updates, with some features added/fixed on their entire collection while others are specific to such or such plugin. The (long) change list is as follows:

  • all DMG Audio plugins get the following:
    • Updated AU validation.
    • Allow all AUs to use Cocoa UIs on 32bit mac.
    • Improved speed of session recall for AUs.
    • Fixed mousewheel on 2nd screens.
  • the Compassion dynamic processor gets improved text entry for expansion ratios.
  • stereo controller Dualism now features:
  • Clip colour preference.
  • Pref to show Balance in dB.
  • Updated OpenGL.
  • Fixed bug that caused pointer to become hidden.
  • Improved UI resize handling.
  • Fullscreen opens on current screen.
  • EQuality gets improved pagetable mappings for S6 controllers.
  • EQuilibrium was improved with the following:
    • Compensate latency with soft bypass for long IRs.
    • Clear “Save As Default” button after click.
    • Support text entry for multiple linked bands.
    • Reduced Q for autolistening filters.
    • Enabled OpenGL.
    • Allow disabling of OpenGL via pref – requires session reload.
    • Fixed bug with fullscreen in Reaper.
    • Fullscreen opens on current screen.
  • the Essence deesser was modified in the following ways:
    • Show Knee on time series graph.
    • Pulse-stretch Release LEDs.
    • Optimised smoothing circuit.
    • Use OpenGL on more platforms.
    • Updated OpenGL implementation.
    • Clicking About correctly opens Setup window.
    • Fixed bug that froze graph on preset change.
    • Allow disabling of OpenGL via pref – requires session reload.
    • Fixed bug that caused pointer to become hidden.
    • Improved UI resize handling.
  • as for Expurgate (a gate, obviously):
    • Fixed Noise Detector in PT.
    • Use OpenGL on more platforms.
    • Updated OpenGL implementation.
    • Fixed bug that froze graph on preset change.
    • Allow disabling of OpenGL via pref – requires session reload.
    • Fixed bug that caused pointer to become hidden.
    • Improved UI resize handling.
  • the Limitless master limiter was added the following:
    • Fixed rare pop condition.
    • Loudness follows Transport pref.
    • Updated OpenGL implementation.
    • Allow disabling of OpenGL via pref – requires session reload.
    • Improved latency reporting.
    • Improved UI resize handling.
  • finally, the PitchFunk pitch & multi-effect processor was a
    • Sync mode added for tighter pitch shifting.
    • C Random pattern starts from end of last sequence.
    • Fixed preset recall.

More details at dmgaudio.com.

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