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Novation has updated Automap to version 4.4.

It brings a number of improvements including:

  • Announced improved support for Reason on Impulse keyboards.
  • A fix for black-note glissandos on Impulse keyboards.
  • Built in uninstaller so you can quickly remove Automap for troubleshooting purposes.

Full list of changes in 4.4:

  • Added Mac Automap Uninstaller in the Applications folder.
  • Added support for Reason’s Main Mixer (remember to lock Mixer to the master fader).
  • Automap now installs extra virtual MIDI port 'Automap Propellerhead Mixer’ for Reason’s Main Mixer support.
  • Updated Reason .lua file so that controllers can use either CC11 or CC65 for expression.
  • Updated Dr Octo Rex parameters list.
  • Updated Reason setup guide.
  • Impulse keyboard will now auto-detect in Reason.
  • Updated Impulse firmware to version 667: fixed MIDI note conflict when using zones; fixed black keys velocity response.
  • Added Impulse 25 Fader as its own mapping.
  • Fixed page button not paging in Reason mixer map.
  • Fixed track up and down not working for non-Impulse controller on Reason mixer map.
  • Removed out of date Reason’s Impulse remote and lua files.
  • Added 'shift forward’ and 'shift rewind’ to bank between 8 channels of mixer in Reason for Impulse 25.
  • Added Logic 9 64 bit AU plug-in wrapper friendly option.
  • Added Disable Learn feature.
  • User with Remote SL Original will not be prompted to update OS if it is out of date.
  • Widened plug-ins path column for Windows.
  • Bigger font on first page of Setup Wizard.
  • Automap will not allow install on OS X 10.5 system.
  • Fixed AU plug-ins crashing in certain hosts.
  • Added Reason Essential to setup wizard.
  • Updated Live setup guide to include sync info.
  • Updated DAW setup guide so it asks to connect hardware first before launching software.
  • Added Launchpad setup guide for Ableton Live.
  • Added default mapping for Cytomic The Glue.
  • Improved Reason 14:2 default mapping SL MkII.
  • Improved Logic mixer mapping for Remote SL (original).
  • Improved Cubase StereoDelay mapping.
  • Improved default mapping for LoopMash 2.
  • Fixed potential crash when quitting from Dock on Mac.
  • Fixed Automap hanging when quitting on Windows.
  • Fixed Device Calibration window not opening in full size.
  • Fixed blank screen and misalignment appearing in Device Calibration window.
  • Fixed not being able to add a VST path folder if a subfolder is already in use on Windows.
  • Fixed not being able to enter decimal value in the To/From box in parameter ranges.
  • Fixed Fabfilter VST3 not being recognised in some Windows systems.
  • Fixed host crashing when launching VST3 version of Waves H-delay.
  • Fixed error when running Automap under non-admin in OS X.
  • Fixed duplicated VST plug-ins crashing host when loaded. Re-wrapping plug-ins is required for this fix.
  • Fixed Garageband crashing when loading.
  • Fixed VST plug-ins not focusing under 64 bit Cubase.
  • Fixed certain combinations of VST plug-ins causing Cubase to crash on quit or when the plugin UI was closed (Mac).
  • Fixed incorrect version number when RTAS plug-ins are wrapped causing NI Service centre to prompt to upgrade the plugins. (If you have experienced this issue, please re-install the RTAS version of your plug-ins then re-wrap for this fix to work.).
  • Fixed issue with some RTAS plug-ins not auto-focusing or crashing when changing focus.
  • Some customers were experiencing issues with iLok authorisation failing after automap-enabling RTAS plugins, even after they were unwrapped. (If you are experiencing this issue, please re-install the RTAS version of your plug-ins then re-wrap for this fix to work.).
  • Fixed learn mode auto turn off on Impulse mixer when trying to learn plug-ins parameter for Pro Tools.
  • Removed options from range tab when QWERTY is being assigned.
  • Fixed Learn mode not auto turning off after learning.
  • Added additional notes in Mac Installation welcome screen regarding renaming and moving Automap.
  • Fixed Hardware “Focus device” setting.
  • Fixed not able to Learn with Impulse 25 on Windows.
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