MOTU Digital Performer 7.21
MOTU has updated Digital Performer to v7.21.
- Audio Pitch Automation Reference: There is now a preference to adjust the reference frequency for audio pitch automation in the Data Display preference pane. This preference defines the A above middle C, with a default setting of 440 Hz.
Improvements, optimizations, and refinements can be found in the following areas:
- Analysis: waveform overview construction.
- Import & Export: importing CAF files; importing Broadcast WAVE files with timestamps; attempting to export MP3 when LAME.framework is not installed.
- Mixing Board: drop and drop of effects clippings.
- Miscellaneous: consistency of commands and menu items; closing a project with the Preferences window open; reporting of missing sound bites when opening old projects.
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