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VSL has released updates for Vienna Ensemble, Vienna Ensemble Pro, Vienna Instruments, Vienna Instruments Pro, Vienna Imperial and Vienna Suite.

 

Vienna Ensemble v4.1.7349:

  • Fixed unclear naming in Pro Tools 9 insert slots.
  • Removed Download Manager from installation.
  • Added more loading and saving progress indicators.
  • RTAS / AU: Improved saving times significantly.
  • RTAS: Fixed crashes in Server Interface when using more than 48 outputs.
  • RTAS: Limited MIDI ports to 16 because Pro Tools crashes with more.
  • OS X: Fixed some problems with file associations.
  • OS X: Fixed inability to start both VE Service and Standalone of the same architecture.
  • OS X: Fixed 64bit applications being installed on a system with 32bit CPU.
  • OS X: Fixed icon bouncing in Dock during save/load.

Vienna Ensemble Pro v4.1.7349:

  • Fixed unclear naming in Pro Tools 9 insert slots.
  • Fixed preserved instance names with “)” character causing irregularities.
  • Fixed Kontakt 4 related save/load crashes when connected through Pro Tools.
  • Removed Download Manager from installation.
  • Added more loading and saving progress indicators.
  • Unpreserved instances saved in a metaframe will now be named “Untitled N”, allowing reconnection.
  • Added ability to decouple all instances at once.
  • RTAS / AU: Improved saving times significantly.
  • RTAS: Fixed crashes in Server Interface when using more than 48 outputs.
  • RTAS: Limited MIDI ports to 16 because Pro Tools crashes with more.
  • WIN: Fixed Modartt Pianoteq VST only outputting to one channel.
  • OS X: Fixed some problems with file associations.
  • OS X: Fixed a crash that could occur when starting the engine of a disconnected instance.
  • OS X: Fixed inability to start both Server and standalone of the same architecture.
  • OS X: Fixed 64bit applications being installed on a system with 32bit CPU.
  • OS X: Fixed icon bouncing in Dock during save/load.
  • OS X: Fixed crashes with MOTU BPM, d16 Nepheton and others.

Vienna Instruments v4.1.7303:

  • Library Updates are now made through directory manager (by dragging a file on top of directory list).

Vienna Instruments Pro v1.0.7349:

  • Fixed unclear naming in Pro Tools 9 insert slots.
  • Fixed occasional latent clicks in release samples.
  • Library Updates are now made through directory manager (by dragging a file on top of directory list).
  • Fixed hang when loading a timestretched patch.
  • Added ability to disable tooltips (version info menu).
  • Removed manual and download manager from installation procedure.
  • Prevent abrupt volume jump when switching cells with different velocity curve in VelXF mode.
  • Added Copy/Paste/Reset for master filter settings.
  • Added Copy/Paste/Reset for mixer parameters.
  • Added Copy/Paste/Reset for keyboard curve and range.
  • Added Copy/Paste/Clear for Humanize Settings.
  • Display current played repetition.
  • Allow manual entry to integer spin boxes.
  • Matrix Keyswitch Entry is allowed.
  • Legacy VI presets will now load with 64 polyphony for consistency.
  • Correct restoring of panning with matrix preset.
  • Fixed lack of looping playback on several patches.
  • Fixed incorrect Just Intonation scale values.
  • OS X: Fixed Ctrl-click not working as right click in Cocoa AU view.

Vienna Imperial v1.0.514:

  • Fixed unclear naming in Pro Tools 9 insert slots.

Vienna Suite v1.2.1494:

  • Fixed unclear plugin naming in Pro Tools 9 insert slots.
  • OS X: Fixed a small memory leak when saving from AU.
  • OS X: Fixed Cocoa AU views not accepting Ctrl-click as right mouse button.
  • OS X: Fixed Cocoa AU views being resized in Reaper, causing mouse input issues.
  • OS X: Fixed Cocoa AU views not properly being freed when invisible.
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