A beta 2 for DiscoDSP Bliss
George Reales released public beta 2 for his Bliss software sampler and synth, which adds many new features and improvements.
Along with various fixes, Bliss Beta 2 brings the following changes:
- Added Samples and SFZ export with 24-bit resolution.
- Added an options to play slices until the end of the sample or only at the next slice boundary.
- Added an option to unload automatically the plugin after sampling.
- Added an option to freeze plugin appending samples to current program to create multi layered sound easily.
- Added keyboard focus indication to wave view.
- Added crossfade loop range slider.
- Added sustain pedal midi support (sample will sustain indefinitely until pedal is switched to off, which will then trigger release stage).
- Added GUI size allowed to go as low as 60%.
- Added macro editor min and max sliders now display real parameter values.
- Improved interpolators (normal and high for real time / extreme for offline).
- Improved voice generation speedup.
- Improved support for plugin hosting.
- Improved modulation destination amount display of unipolar/bipolar values.
- Changed macros controls moved to envelope section.
- Changed downsampling filter passband to allow more frequencies near nyquist while still decrease aliasing.
- Changed beta release expiration dialog appears when 7 days are left instead of 30.
You can download this new beta from www.discodsp.com.
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