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XT Software has updated energyXT to v2.5.1.


Summary of changes since v2.5.0:
  • Export to MIDI file.
  • Export audio using multiple audio outs in project could crash, now fixed.
  • VST version didn’t include the default drum kit, now fixed.
  • Will now load aif files in drum sampler and synthesizer.
  • You can now drag & drop .xt files into energyXT to open projects.
  • Snap settings in sequencer now saved with song.
  • The samples section in browser didn’t show mp3 files, now fixed.
  • Fixed “MIT-SHM” error on Linux.
  • It was possible to drag the main window behind the os menu on Mac OS X, now fixed.
  • Click close main button on mac would prompt for save changes twice, now fixed.
  • Added workaround for lame on mac, will now support having lame in energyXT folder.
  • Undo text with audio process reverse and fade in/out was wrong, now fixed.
  • Recording new part(s) didn’t un-select already selected parts, now fixed.
  • Insert note/MIDI event with mouse didn’t copy the MIDI channel from the track, now fixed.
  • Using ctrl-mousewheel to move faders is upside-down, now fixed.
  • Changing the loop settings in the meter could sometimes make the track list scroll, now fixed.
  • Scrollbars in modular view would reset wen changing view, now fixed and scroll pos is also saved.
  • Song pos wasn’t restored after render, now fixed.
  • Drag-insert MIDI controllers didn’t use the track’s MIDI CH, now fixed.
  • Create new sequencer manually in modular views and dock to new page would crash, now fixed.
  • Load an .fxb file and the new preset name is not listed until you refresh its display, now fixed.
  • Parameter changes (via automation or changing programs, for example) aren’t shown in the display of a non-GUI plugin until you click on it, now fixed.
  • Crash when attempting to paste MIDI notes into an audio part in the popup editor, now fixed.
  • When an invalid project folder path is specified in Setup, saving a new file (without specifying a full path) fails, now fixed. This fix also applies to saving presets and clips.
  • Crash when muting/unmuting a part on a frozen track during playback, now fixed.
  • Having VST versions and standalone in the same folder causes crash when adding the VST into it (due to libaam.dll).
  • “Bar” snap was always 4 quarter notes regardless of time signature, now fixed.
  • Upgrading VST plugins where new version having more inputs and/or outputs than old version could lead to crash on older projects, now fixed.
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