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SynthMaker v0.9.5p now available

Outsim has released version 0.9.5p of SynthMaker.

New Components:

  • MIDI to Voices.
  • Voices to Poly.

Additions and fixes:

  • New MIDI to Voices and Voices to Poly components for voice management.
  • MIDI to Poly module has been updated to incorporate voice management and portamento.
  • The new Graph Dots component was causing a crash when you remove links form the inputs.
  • The Preset Parameter Array component has a new Graph input for assigning the complete array.
  • Fixed the problem with intermittent out of control mouse behaviour in the knobs.
  • The Drag Accumulate components now stop when you drag beyond the max or min (this means that you no longer have to 'retrace your steps' to turn a knob back from one of the extreme positions).
  • Tabbing between component labels is now working correctly again.
  • New option to launch an exported exe on after it is generated.
  • The Save Text, Load Text and File Dialog component now use the schematic file path or the dll/exe folder by default.
  • You can now use relative paths in the Save Text, Load Text and File Dialog components.
  • The File Dialog component has a new input for setting the folder that the dialog starts in.
  • The default target folder for exported exes now uses your own install folder.
  • New type options for message box together with a result output. This allows you to have ok/cancel and yes/no dialogs.
  • Extra result output on the Wave File component so you can check the status after attempting to load a file.
  • Size outputs and clear inputs have been added to the Float Int Array components.
  • Fixed the problem with the mouse cursor disappearing when knobs are stacked on top of drop lists.
  • Added automatic conversion between Float Arrays/Graphs and Text/String components.
  • Connecting a Float/String/Int array to an Int will now give you the size of the array.
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