Jeff McClintock has released version 1.1850 of the modular plug-in development environment SynthEdit.
Summary of changes in v1.1:
- Improved multi-core stability.
- Right click menus - your controls can now have their own customised right click menu.
- MIDI learn - controls now have learn,unlearn, and manual set MIDI controllers.
- New MIDI Controllers supported for automation like pitch-bend and note-on.
- MIDI Tuning Standard support (for micro-tuning).
- Tool tips.
- Improved voice stealing - with configurable voice overlap or voice hold back, or soft steal modes.
- New attractive resizable keyboard module.
- Full set of conversion modules.
- New polyphonic scope module.
- New sample playback modules with choice of interpolation method.
- MIDI SYSEX support. Controls can send arbitrary SYSEX messages (but can't receive yet).
- Smoother animation due to faster screen update rate.
- Bug fixes including support for multiprocessor hosts.
- And for module developers a new version of the SDK with more power to tweak synthedit than ever before.
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