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EastWest Updates Play & Hollywood Strings

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EastWest has updated PLAY to version 2.0.25 and Hollywood Strings to version 1.0.3.

 

Changes and enhancements in PLAY Software Update version 2.0.25:

  • Master reverb/effects warning message.
  • Fixed incorrect audio latency on mac.
  • Fixed crash in ProTools if license terms not found.
  • Fixed text color confusion in browser.

Changes and enhancements in PLAY Software Update version 2.0.21:

  • Improved error handling with audio drivers on windows.
  • Fixed possible GUI frameworks conflict with old installers on windows 32 bit.
  • Fixed unnecessary save dialog when replacing/deleting an instrument.
  • Added marker (*) when instrument has been edited.
  • Colorized current key switch.
  • Fixed error message at application launch (windows only).
  • Fixed audio artifacts with time stretch when bouncing audio.
  • Eliminated deadlock with license error while loading instruments.

Changes and enhancements in Hollywood Strings Instrument Update version 1.0.3:

  • Adjusted samples and sample start times for some instruments.
  • Reorganized instruments folder.
  • Fixed default mic position for some instruments.
  • Adjusted modulator parameters.
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