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Harrison updates Mixbus to v1.4

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Harrison has updated Mixbus to version 1.4.

New features:

  • New "protoolish" and "cubasish" keybindings options make the key commands similar to popular workstations. These are initial versions and will be expanded in the future.
  • Mixbus now checks for updates via the internet and alerts the user when there is news.


  • In 1.3, menus would sometimes not get "attention" when they were first opened. The mouse would have to be moved off the menu, then back onto it. This has been fixed.
  • Solo-ing a mixbus now works as expected. The "main" assign from channels to the master will not be heard when a mixbus is soloed.
  • PPC versions were missing a lot of text in the edit window (including region names). This has been fixed.
  • The "moving mixer strips" bug (introduced in v1.3) is resolved.
  • Mono regions in a stereo track will now play on both sides of the stereo track. (this was listed as a fix in v1.3 but not implemented).


  • Mixbus and Master buses are now handled and ordered separately from the tracks and buses in the "Edit" window. This more accurately matches the layout in the Mix window.
  • "Spacebar" and "Numpad Enter" are now handled correctly in the keybindings window.
  • Removed a few features from the Region List such as "remove" and "hide" which had confusing implementations.
  • Minor change to the popup window editor so that the compressor "mode" is a menu selection instead of a slider.
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