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Homegrown Sounds has announced that three of the Astralis Synths have been updated.

Astralis Orgone updated to v1.06:
  • Now Portable, so can now be installed on a portable drive, see Portable readme for more details.
  • Added New course Pitch Destinations to the Modulation Matrix capable of up to 2 octaves – 'X Pitch’.
  • Added New Quantized Pitch Destinations to the Modulation Matrix, quantized to real notes of up to 2 octaves 'Q Pitch’.

Astralis Bion updated to v1.01:
  • Now Portable, so now can be installed on a portable drive, see Portable readme for more details.
  • Fixed a bug where some controllers didn’t work correctly through the Modulation Matrix.
  • Added New course Pitch Destinations to the Modulation Matrix capable of up to 2 octaves – 'X Pitch’.
  • Added New Quantized Pitch Destinations to the Modulation Matrix, quantized to real notes of up to 2 octaves 'Q Pitch’.

Astralis Baby Bion updated to v2.0:
  • The original Baby Bion was a semitone out of tune, and by the time it was noticed, there were too many users with it, so it was just left as a 'feature.' This version corrects that issue and is released as a new synth, so you can leave v1 installed for existing projects, and use this one in new projects.
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