DiscoDSP Bliss Beta 5
DiscoDSP has released the Beta 5 version of its sampler Bliss.
This new sampler is also able to load and host VSTi instruments for multi-sampling them without any quality loss on Mac, Windows and Linux.
New features include:
- Added global on/off buttons in send effects section.
- Added export slices to midi file using sync to ticks and host BPM as reference.
- Added drag and drop slices to midi clip from plugin to host (ctrl+shift drag with mouse left button when the sample is sliced, taking into account SYNC and host BPM).
- Added Sample editor > Cue > Destructively render slices to zones.
- Added button to enable and disable sync to ticks in sample editor.
- Added scrollbar to sample editor.
- Added sample editor now remember its size when opened inside the plugin window.
- Added sample editor remember if it was open when the plugin window is closed.
- Added highlight text indicate when a value is already assigned in macro editor.
- Added allow load by dropping multiple samples or programs (not both).
- Added flag to enable or disable undo useful when working with huge instruments.
- Added delay to LFO.
- License.dat accepted with .txt extension.
- Changed bank/zone < > triangles by slim < > ones as they appear on combo boxes.
- Fixed a problem with pitch bend when retriggering new idle voices.
- Fixed problem with macros not recalling.
- Fixed better handling of memory units in undo actions.
- Prettified zone names by leaving number, program name, root note and key range for freezed samples.
- Restored cue options in menu to top level instead of submenu to ease access.
Bliss final price will be $99 / €89 / £59 / ¥12.000, but it is currently 50% off until beta period ends.
More information is available at the Bliss page at DiscoDSP's website.
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