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Blue Cat Audio
2928 posts since 7 Sep, 2004, from Paris (France)

Postby Blue Cat Audio; Thu Dec 29, 2016 7:01 am Blue Cat's Destructor, PatchWork and MB-7 Mixer Updated

Merry Xmas! We found the time to update 3 of our best selling plug-ins before the new year!

These new versions mainly bring a couple of bug fixes and minor improvements that will make your audio life easier. Check out Blue Cat's Destructor 1.11, Blue Cat's MB-7 Mixer 2.54 and PatchWork 1.74!

If you already own these plug-ins, you can get the latest version from the same location as the original download (link received by email upon purchase or registration). If you don't, don't miss our year-end promotions, with up to 25% off!


What's New for Blue Cat's Destructor:
- Memory usage optimization: unused graphical elements are now unloaded on plug-in window close instead of next time the window is opened.
- Fixed (Windows): on older versions of Windows 7 with auto update turned off, the plug-in could fail to load.

What's New for both Blue Cat's PatchWork and MB-7 Mixer:
-Fixed MIDI channel issue with VST3: MIDI channel for note events was offset by one in the VST3 plug-in version and when hosting VST3 plug-ins.
-Improved perfomance when loading presets.
-Increased fine edit window width (opens when double clicking on a control).
-VST: fixed random latency compensation issues upon project load or when loading plug-ins while not playing.
-VST: fixed bypass issue when using reverse range in MIDI/automation settings.
-(Mac AU) Fixed latency compensation issues in Logic, on project load, or when loading plug-ins while not playing.
-(Mac AU) Fixed GUI display issues when changing size in Ableton Live.
-(Windows) new graphics for Windows installer.

What's New for Blue Cat's MB-7 Mixer:
-Fixed random crash in Cubase.
136 posts since 8 Mar, 2004

Postby xanthos; Sat Jan 07, 2017 8:53 am Re: Blue Cat's Destructor, PatchWork and MB-7 Mixer Updated

Hi there!

Patchwork seems to be quite cool, but the "over the top" feature what it is missing,
is a kind of "control multiple plugin parameters with only one single knob" like Ableton do it.

So to route like EQ's Filter and Res to a single knob which then can control both at once.
The best of course on top would be configurable values (lowest, highest, inverse...)

With this added feature, Patchwork would get a real USP.

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