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Abeem Live Technologies has updated Rack Performer to version 0.97-alpha.

This version introduces a batch of 51 internal modules to play with, including a RoboControl LFO, various RemoteControl, metering, routing and switching modules, all multi-channel compliant.

 

Improvements and fixes are included as well, and more modules are expected in next version.

 

Here’s a list of what has changed.


New modules:

  • RoboControl LFO (modulate any parameter in the patch)
  • PopupDesign x8 GUI wrapper
  • PopupDesign x4 GUI wrapper
  • PopupDesign Compact GUI wrapper
  • 16×16 Matrix Mixer (mix 16 sources to 16 destinations)
  • 8×8 Matrix Mixer (mix 8 sources to 8 destinations)
  • 4×4 Matrix Mixer (mix four sources to four destinations)
  • 1×16 Matrix Mixer (mix one source to 16 destinations)
  • 1×8 Matrix Mixer (mix one source to 8 destinations)
  • 1×4 Matrix Mixer (mix one source to four destinations)
  • 16×16 Matrix Router (route 16 sources to 16 destinations)
  • 8×8 Matrix Router (route 8 sources to 8 destinations)
  • 4×4 Matrix Router (route four sources to four destinations)
  • 16×1 Matrix Router (route 16 sources to one destination)
  • 8×1 Matrix Router (route 8 sources to one destination)
  • 4×1 Matrix Router (route four sources to one destination)
  • 1×16 Matrix Router (route one source to 16 destinations)
  • 1×8 Matrix Router (route one source to 8 destinations)
  • 1×4 Matrix Router (route one source to four destinations)
  • 16way Switch (switch one source to 16 destinations)
  • 8way Switch (switch one source to 8 destinations)
  • 4way Switch (switch one source to four destinations)
  • 2way Switch (switch one source to two destinations)
  • 16to1 Switch (switch 16 sources to one destination)
  • 8to1 Switch (switch 8 sources to one destination)
  • 4to1 Switch (switch four sources to one destination)
  • 2to1 Switch (switch two sources to one destination)
  • DC Blocker (DC blocking filter)
  • Brown Noise BNG1 (simple brown noise generator)
  • Pink Noise PNG1 (simple pink noise generator)
  • White Noise WNG1 (simple white noise generator)
  • Label 1×1 (special module to display arbitrary text, small)
  • Label 2×1 (special module to display arbitrary text, medium)
  • Label 4×1 (special module to display arbitrary text, large)
  • Delay Compensated Retard (special module for manual PDC)
  • Non-compensated Retard (special module to insert fixed delays, non PDC)
  • Latency Report (special module for manual patch delay compensation)
  • Fader-cross (simple inverted cross-fader, fades one source to two destinations)
  • Cross-fader (simple cross-fader, fades two sources to one destination)
  • RMS Meter (simple fast RMS metering module)
  • Presence Meter (multi-channel presence and over range meter)
  • Peak Meter (simple peak metering module)
  • Stereo Pan (pan control, –3dB center, sin/cos taper, equal power pan law)
  • Stereo Balance (balance control, 0dB center, L/R cut linear taper pan law)
  • CamoGain x1 (simple gain with peak LED)
  • X/Y Control Pad Mk2 (assignable dual-axis controller)
  • X/Y Control Pad Mk1 (assignable dual-axis controller)
  • Remote Switch (assignable switch)
  • Remote Knob (assignable pot)
  • Fader-Box x6 GUI wrapper (with assignable faders)
  • Fader-Box x12 GUI wrapper (with assignable faders)


Minor modifications:

  • DSP engine time management efficiency optimization
  • CPU overload visual warning in transport bar
  • Improved multi-processor resources management
  • New option to enable strict processor affinity mode (less cores used, but more efficiently)
  • Improved CPU topology detection
  • Improved Pentium TSC calibration
  • Improved reference timing precision (timestamp provider)
  • Improved reference timing automatic configuration (timestamp provider)
  • Improved power consumption on mobile systems
  • Improved high performance timer clock identification
  • Improved sample accurate events sequencer performance under stress
  • Improved control variation curves (all modules)
  • Improved gain envelopes precision (all modules)
  • Improved GUI controls magnetic notch support
  • Increased speed of mute and bypass envelopes (Cut-ports)


Bug fixes:

  • Changing Live Console monitor didn’t work properly (multi-screens)
  • Synchronicity problem between SA and FA control ports when recalling snapshots
  • Regression in scene snapshots serialization to document
  • Loading a document with missing modules and scene snapshots would produce errors
  • Refresh problem when deleting scene snapshots
  • Regression in multi-screen code made this feature unusable
  • Transparency problem in multi-monitor mode screen switcher
  • Some VST modules GUI needed to be opened twice to be displayed with correct size in framed wrappers
  • Fixed various refresh problems in patcher (WinVista/Win7)
  • Hints could be displayed unexpectedly during control drag operations
  • Filthy bug in CamoMixer module series
  • Corrected a stealthy bug in patch scheduler which could lead to out of order execution
  • Virtual screen transfer via drag and drop across multi screens was broken


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