Acoustica Updates Mixcraft 5
Acoustica has updated Mixcraft to v5.1 b139.
- 14 new loop kits. Hip Hop Soul, West Coast Hip Hop, Top 40 R&B , Alternative Hip Hop, Hip Hop R&B , Urban R&B , Neo Soul , Gangster Rap , Hyphy , Alternative R&B , Glitch , Dubstep , Synth Hop , and Dancehall (around 350 new loops).
- New effect plug-ins. GSnap Vocal Correction / Auto tune and GTune Guitar Tuner.
- Mouse wheel scrolling via Ctrl+mouse wheel or Shift + mouse wheel.
- New CD burning engine.
- Fix for VB3 / 192 khz protection.
- Fixed a glitch switching from tempo A to tempo B on a clip, where if you went back to A, it was not showing the changes on the clip.
- More than 8 CPU core crash fix.
- Fix to support Sonoma7 VST issue.
- Fix for loading certain MIDI files from Reason (Unreasonable?).
- Change the order of the VST initialization (VST fix).
- Fix for guitar controller and MIDI data glitch.
- Reverb cpu drain issue.
- Fix for freeze using external MIDI device.
- Fixed drawing glitch.
- New normalization feature adjusts waveform view.
- Video aspect ratio fix.
- Noise reduction was not working on mix down if playback rate was different than mix down rate.
- MIDI editing Piano Roll fix with undo/redo.
- Minor help file fix.
- VST Plugin crash fix for the very last effect in your effect list.
- Fix for library complaining about a missing data file.
- Fix for replacing video files in a project with one of a different duration during the "Find Files" dialog.
- Recording optimizations.
- Notation editing crash when moving a new note over an existing one.
- Recording clip focus issue Was able to click buttons on clip while recording.
- Mono VST Plugin fix Tempo change.
- Fix for loading frozen tracks.
- Fix for static when clipping at 32 bit output.
- Video fixes Aspect ratio problem Video's audio not importing in some cases.
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