- DPI-aware! Aurora FM now renders dynamically-sized and incorporates DPI-aware scaling. It will no longer be tiny for those with high-DPI displays.
- In addition, there is now variable custom scaling! CTL+SHIFT+mousewheel with the cursor over the window (and not over a control) to increase/decrease the scaling factor in 5% increments from 50% to 150%. I know several people were asking for this, so here it is.
- Removed "multiple of 4 samples" buffer size constraint. This was potentially leading to confusion and frustration and wasn't a fair constraint to place, so I had to solve it. Nothing's ever simple...
- Identified and fixed potential crash or hang for Cubase users. I'm surprised that it took this long to reveal this, and I apologize. In my defense, I don't own every host and it's very hard to know about every host compatibility issue. There's only so much one guy can do without the assistance of others and reports. Downloading the Cubase Elements trial enabled me to solve this.
Since there were several big internal changes, there may be new issues. I've tested to the best of my abilities with several hosts (Reaper, VSTHost, FL Studio, Cubase Elements, vPlayer), but there could still be issues. If so, please report them and I beg for your patience. I have always and will continue to fix any issues that are brought to my attention as promptly as possible.
I'm announcing that the introductory pricing of $17 CAD will only be in effect for a little while longer. If you want to score a pretty sweet synth at a ridiculous price, now's the time to do it.
The introductory price was a gesture of appreciation towards the early adopters for their patience in working through issues and growing pains. Now that Aurora FM is more mature and has most problems and compatibility issues resolved and has more features, it's time to set the price to something more reasonable and not be under-valuing it. I haven't decided on a final price yet, but it will probably be $25-$30.