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Antares updates Auto-Tune for Mac (7.6.7) and Win (7.5.4)

Antares has updated Auto-Tune for Mac OS X to v7.6.7 and Windows to v7.5.4.

New in version 7.6.7 for Mac:

  • Added an option to the Options dialog for selecting either smooth scrolling or screen-by-screen scrolling when Auto-Scroll is enabled in Graphical Mode. Also added a smooth scrolling delay parameter for optimizing smooth scrolling performance.
  • Fixed a problem preventing window resizing in the Options dialog from being memorized in some hosts. As a side effect of the fix, the window's manual sizing handle may not be present in some hosts. In that case, you should use the Option dialog's resizing fields.
  • Fixed a problem that could cause Auto-Tune to use inaccurate scale information in sessions at other than 44.1kHz when opening the session with the Auto-Tune window closed.
  • Fixed a problem in GarageBand where attempting to adjust a control would result in dragging the entire GUI.
  • Fixed a problem that could result in a potential crash when drawing correction objects.
  • Fixed a problem that resulted in time-warping not starting and ending at the correct locations.
  • Fixed a problem that could result in the regeneration of new note objects when loading a session that had been saved with the Number of Note Objects knob not at its default (50).
  • Fixed a problem where correction objects would use the Auto-Mode Retune Speed instead of their own per-object Retune Speed after loading, if the session was saved while in Graph mode.
  • Fixed potential problems loading old 32-bit session data in some hosts.

New in version 7.5.4 for Windows:

  • Added an option to the Options dialog for selecting either smooth scrolling or screen-by-screen scrolling when Auto-Scroll is enabled in Graphical Mode. Also added a smooth scrolling delay parameter for optimizing smooth scrolling performance.
  • Fixed a problem involving the detection of whether session data being loaded was saved from a 32-bit or 64-bit session. This could sometimes result in either an error from the host or a graph with no data in it.
  • Fixed a session compatibility problem between 32-bit and 64-bit sessions that contained saved graphical correction objects.
  • Fixed a problem that could result in a potential crash when drawing correction objects.
  • Fixed a problem that resulted in time-warping not starting and ending at the correct locations.
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