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KarmaFX Synth Modular Updated

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KarmaFX Synth Modular has been updated to v1.07.


Changes:
  • Added modulation range option (of factors 1,2,4 or 8) to the right click menu of all Mod knobs.
  • ADSR module attack now always resets level on trigger, regardless of Clk option.
  • Added support for loading of .wav files with more than 2 channels, truncated to stereo.
  • The Show modulation option has now been made sticky.
  • Loop_start and Loop_end info is now read on sfz import.
  • The default exponential curve in the envelope module has been inverted.
  • Slightly speeded up overall load time.
  • Improved video recording. More framerate and audio options are now available.
  • Bugfix: Multi-connecting modules while pressing Ctrl was broken in v1.06. Fixed.
  • Bugfix: Since v1.05, pitchbend would only work when pitchbend wheel was repeatedly moved. Fixed.
  • Bugfix: Since v1.05, and annoying click could be heard on transport change (when clicking play/stop in the host). Fixed.
  • Bugfix: When importing an sfz file, an out of range lokey/hikey could make the synth crash. Fixed.
  • Bugfix: Synth could crash when deleting modules in a patch with poly/unison modules. Fixed.
  • Bugfix: Exported additive .wav files were saved with an incorrect header and failing to load in external wave editors. Fixed.
  • Bugfix: Pad module could crash on init, due to uninitialized start phase value. Fixed.
  • Bugfix: Attack in ADSR module would not reset correctly in Exp mode. Fixed.
  • Bugfix: Since v1.02, poly-logic would rather cut a voice than reuse a voice that was released on the exact same sample. Fixed.
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