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Abeem Live has updated Rack Performer to version 0.96-alpha3.

 

This release offers an advance on four different fronts: new multi-channel master modules completing the clock-free series, new multi-channel mixers completing the Camo Mixers series, new readability and coherence of windows and GUI fonts, and corrections and improvements especially around legacy wave engines (MME and DirectSound)

 

New modules:

  • Octo-Channel Clock-Free Master Module (8×8 master)
  • 16-Channel Clock-Free Master Module (16×16 master)
  • 32-Channel Clock-Free Master Module (32×32 master)
  • Camo Mixer x4 (simple 4 channels mixer)
  • Camo Mixer x8 (simple 8 channels mixer)
  • Camo Mixer x32 (simple 32 channels mixer)
  • Stress Tool (special stress-load test module)

 

Minor modifications:

  • More uniform fonts and enhanced readability
  • Various GUI speed and performance optimizations
  • Master module state is now saved in scene snapshots
  • CPU overload protection can be set from config menu

 

Bug fixes:

  • Corrected a sneaky problem linked to patch buffer sharing optimization
  • Corrected many font-related display issues
  • Fixed possible reentrency path in CPU overload protection
  • Repaired all multi-devices DSound wave engines
  • Hardened DSound wave engines (better stress resistance)
  • Improved X-run detection in DSound wave engines
  • Improved X-run detection in MME wave engines
  • Fixed nasty bug in “Auto Poller MME” wave engine
  • Fixed nasty bug in “Compact Cluster MME (single)” wave engine
  • Fixed “Auto Poller MME” wave engine soft-start
  • Fixed “Flexible Propeller MME” wave engine soft-start
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