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The Plug & Mix Chainer updated to v1.1

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Plug & Mix released the first corrective update of its Chainer plug-in host/wrapper, which is now in version 1.1.

This first update fixes many bugs reported by users since the launching of Chainer v1 last month, including:

  • Built-in list of PM-plugins proprietary format.
  • Uninstaller for Mac.
  • LogicPro automation issues on Mac.
  • Chainer issues in Reaper on Windows.
  • Issues related to GUI updates on Windows.
  • Square symbols in scanner status text, that appeared on Windows.
  • “Plug and Mix” empty folder in menu and duplicated selection in VST plugins.
  • Chainer crashing on Ableton Live 32bit Yosemite.
  • A crash which sometimes occur on Reaper x64 when we choose “Empty Preset” from menu.
  • Presets format in order to make presets compatible on different platforms.
  • A crash when changing FFT Size.

Plug & Mix announces that there are still issues to fix for those who use Chainer on Windows XP 32-bit. These will come in a v1.2 update, scheduled next week, that will also introduce the standalone version of Chainer.

You can download Chainer 1.1 from www.plugandmix.com. The plug-in, as well as the VIP bundle, are still on sale for a limited time.

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