HyperSynth Ion-editor 2.1
HyperSynth has updated Ion-editor, a software editor for the Alesis ION and Micron analog modeling synthesizers.
Announced changes in Ion-editor v2.1
- New registration method that is based on username instead of machine-id.
- Added readout for all parameters.
- Added option for disabling graphical readout.
- Added dedicated zoom level in settings menu with save option (standalone version).
- Added full-screen button (standalone version).
- Added “reset to default” for m1 and m2 wheel.
- Enhanced m1, m2 and pitch wheel graphics and movement.
- Enhanced Filter Freq, Porta time and ENVs readout format.
- Now for all parameters “reset to default” responds to “Double Click” besides “Ctrl + Click” for more flexibility.
- Fixed OSCs and ENVs LED selectors malfunction after requesting patch.
- Fixed bug in Cubase 5 which caused to block MIDI out after adding plug-in in project.
- Fixed crash after opening a project with multiple instances of the same plug-in in Cubase.
- Fixed problem that caused “Rename” window to be displayed wrongly after manually sending a SysEx patch to editor from micron/ion.
- Fixed problem that blocked auto sysex listening in some circumstances.
- Improved compatibility with VST hosts.
Pricing and Availability:
Ion-editor is available to purchase as a VST plug-in for Windows for $38 USD.
More information: HyperSynth
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