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Sagan Tech Updates Metro To v6.4.7

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Sagan Technology has updated Metro to v6.4.7.


New in this version:
  • Plug-ins names and locations are now contained in the editor window’s title bar and windows menu.
  • Section event window has a new, more OS X like, look.
  • Most windows can now be live resized.
  • New plug-in parameter lets user choose the Edit windows preferred user interface, carbon or cocoa, if plug-in provides both.
  • More accurate tracking of the pitch bend wheel in the keyboard window.
  • The note and select note colors are now saved with the Metro document.
  • .AIFF files written with a type of 'FL32' are now correctly interpreted as 'fl32' (32 bit floating point format).
  • Subsection event edit dialog now contains an edit button to go directly to the subsection.

Fixed in this version:
  • Rewire functionality has been restored.
  • Core Audio support improvements especially after sleep.
  • Minor enhancements to drag and drop.
  • Improved tracking of default drum sets.
  • Muting/Soloing of frozen tracks was not working correctly.
  • The glitch dialog is back.
  • Plug-in searching is improved.
  • An error message is presented if the user tries to save a scale or chord starting with a '-'.
  • Clearing outputs while playing could leave vu’s meters connected to wrong outputs.
  • In some cases chasing master volume would not work correctly.
  • Changing presets via external MIDI controller was not updating preset display in the graphic editor window.
  • Certain color schemes have been fixed.
  • Restore outputs could lead to a crash if plug-in was instantiated on an aux buss.
  • Undo of a MIDI file drag is improved.
  • Chord mode honors swing setting,
  • Fast forward works regardless of priority setting in digital audio dialog.
  • The keyboard window no longer erroneously intercepts keys from the plug-in or section event editor windows.
  • Dropping subsections into the graphic editor are no longer quantized to the bar level. They are now quantized to the selected quantize value.
  • Fixed minor cosmetic issues.
  • A crash could occur after opening very old Metro documents.
  • Improved Cocoa plug-in edit window support.
  • Pressing play from fast forward mode now correctly cancels fast forward mode.
  • Certain problems with VI’s in subsections have been addressed.

For more info: www.sagantech.biz.
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