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Sagan Technology has updated Metro to v6.4.7.2.


New in this version:
  • Remember the last controller view for each track.
  • Option in plug-ins contextual menu 'Do Not Set Program On Open’ works around a problem with Vember Audio’s Surge.
  • Option in the real time arpeggiator for auto sync. When off sync is free running and no longer relative to the bar and beat position.
  • Option in the real time arpeggiator allows the user to set the number of velocity steps independent of the number of rhythm steps.
  • Further optimizations of the audio engine.

Fixed in this version:
  • It is now possible to copy or cut a sequence and have the plug-ins instantiated on aux busses restored on paste.
  • Maximum system exclusive (sysex) buffer size has been increased to 2 megabytes.
  • Clearing a track that contained only MIDI controller automation data would not immediately refresh properly in the graphic editor.
  • The ability to import via drag and drop, larger MIDI files.
  • Better core audio support.
  • Improved on the fly audio recording including overdubbing muting inappropriately.
  • Undo of a section clear now works properly.
  • In some cases remote control would stop functioning after the play head passed the record punch out point during punch-in recording.
  • In some cases mixing tracks would not produce audio if certain tracks were muted.
  • Exporting a movie was not explicitly setting the default playback rate to normal speed.
  • Shifting certain automation data when no audio exists would sometimes fail.
  • Jukebox would update mysteriously after last song played if overall looping was off.
  • Using the scale time feature on an audio and MIDI track would sometimes fail on the MIDI side.
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