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Plogue has updated Bidule to v0.9685.


New Features:
  • Added DSP Adapter feature to wrap groups to run a limited set of bidules at a buffer size of 1 samples (more bidules to be supported, other buffer sizes and sample rates support to come).
  • Added OSC Monitor to show all incoming/outgoing OSC Messages.
  • Optimized handling of presets to reduce memory usage and fix a few bugs.
  • Added MIDI Message Creator.
  • Added MIDI Note Off Velocity Remapper.
  • Expanded MP Assign to use up to 8 cores.

Bug Fixes:
  • AU Version : sample rate change could be missed.
  • Integer parameter display not always being accurate.
  • Message Remapper : remapping pitchbend doesn’t work.
  • OSC : using the open command on a file loading audio files in the Mediapool or using the polyphonic adapter crashes.
  • Polyphonic Adapter: doesn’t transmit some MIDI messages to active voices.
  • Possible crash if a VST could not properly initialize itself.
  • ReWire Device : added protection against out of range MIDI events timestamp.
  • Value List : could load up with incorrect values.
  • VST Hosting : some MIDI events coming out of plugins could be missed/skipped.
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