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Cockos REAPER Update

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General Sequencer from Cockos belonging to the Reaper series

Cockos has updated REAPER to v3.01.

 

Changes:

  • Right-click FX button to add FX from user folder or saved FX chain.
  • Show newly scanned FX in their own folder in FX browser.
  • Faster display when opening FX browser or right-click FX menu.
  • Fixed shortcut assignment to numpad 5 (and divide, decimal on some keyboards).
  • Middle mouse button sets play cursor in MIDI editor.
  • Scrollbar resize handle works in MIDI editor.
  • Fixed various nitpicks only seen when adv pref “large window frames” is on.
  • VST: corrected audioMasterGetOutputLatency to match cubendo’s behavior when used from VSTs with delay comp.
  • MIDI editor: fix for reloading the same text strings file.
  • MIDI export, .syx import, bank/string filenames now support unicode.
  • Fix for MIDI items changing when changing project settings.
  • Support for up to 30 MIDI input ports, 32 MIDI output ports (up from 24/24).
  • Fixed MIDI editor actions to change timebase view.
  • Fixed reading of license keyfiles with Mac newline format.
  • Fixed recording to unsaved projects with relative project media path set(again).
  • ReaControlMIDI: separate selection of LSB cc messages.
  • MIDI editor: moving notes one octave moves one octave rather than 12 visible pitches.
  • FX Browser: Added “Recently used FX” folder.

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