Adam Monroe Music has released a Mac OS X version of Honky Tonk Piano and updated the Windows version to 2.0.
Adam Monroe's Honky Tonk piano is an instrument/sample library that is designed to replicate the full range and "honky" sound of a vintage chickering upright piano.
Updates to the Windows Version include:
- Added a GUI pop-up window that tells a user how many samples have been loaded.
- Added multi-threading and a "Buffer For" switch. Dramatically improves playback on slower systems.
- Eliminated the need for sample data to exist in VST directory.
- Fixed problem with audio "pops" when holding down notes until their end.
- Optimized slow c++ code (dynamic lists) down to optimized C code (static arrays) and optimized buffering code.
- Wave file buffers are now properly freed when closing plugin.
- Eliminated 100MB deallocation memory leak.
- Eliminated the need for sample data to exist in VST directory, a user can now place samples anywhere and the VST will ask for their location.
Price: $20 USD.
Requirements for the Mac version:
- 32 or 64-bit OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) or higher.
- 4 Gigabytes of RAM (8 Gigabytes recommended).
- Intel Core 2 DUO @ 2.4GHZ or higher recommended.