Multiband Plug-Ins Update with crossover slope fix and other improvements

Official support for:
MB-5 Dynamix MB-7 Mixer


Blue Cat's MB-5 Dynamix 2.1 and MB-7 Mixer 3.31 are now available!

These free updates fix an issue with crossover slopes display (which should help reduce the amount of phase shift) and bring many other improvements (full list below), including the latest preset browser and VST3 enhancements for the MB-5 Dynamix plug-in.

What's New for both Blue Cat's MB-5 Dynamix and MB-7 Mixer:
- Fixed crossovers slope not properly displayed (actual slope was twice the slope on display) and fixed factory presets accordingly.

What's New for Blue Cat's MB-7 Mixer 3.31:
- Fixed an issue with hosted plug-ins editors not always restored in the right position in Cubase on Windows.
- Changing the slope of lowpass and highpass filters in the built-in EQ is now smoother.

What's New for Blue Cat's MB-5 Dynamix 2.1:
- New presets browser with built-in search (additional skin also updated with new features).
- MIDI Program Change preference is now saved into session instead of global preferences, so each instance can now use different MIDI channels. It is also saved in the user default preset.
- VST3: added program change support for VST3 plug-in format.
- VST3: added MIDI output support for VST3 plug-in format for MIDI side chain effects.
- VST: the user interface is now properly resized in Cubase on Windows.
- Spectrum analyzer display will not take priority over DAW or other plug-ins user interfaces.



Wow, huge fix to the crossovers, thanks so much!
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