Bremmers Audio Design has released version 9.1 of MultitrackStudio for macOS and Windows.
- Fader/knob movements can now be recorded as automation. VST/AU plugin parameters can be recorded too (Pro edition).
- Faders and knobs now have right-click menu with 'Show automation editor' (Pro edition) and 'Type value' options. Knobs also have 'Center' option.
- The Sustain MIDI controller is now continuous rather than on/off. This allows for 'half pedalling'.
- MultitrackStudio Instruments acoustic pianos now support half pedalling (values 64..95 are 'half').
- VST/AU plugins: in playback mode the plugin UI graphics now sync better with the audio you hear (meters and timelines etc. used to lead very noticeably).
- MIDI editor 'Legato' option now works on all notes, not just the ones that are close already.
- Overview bar: markers that are moved now go to 'nice' position if counter is showing bar:beat (just like thumb).
- Updated fader/knob mouse modifiers are easier to remember: 'a'=show automation editor, 't'=type value, 'c'=center (knob only). 't' now works on counter too.
- Touchscreen (Windows): swipe left over start/stop button to rewind. Also stops transport if it's running.
- Error dialogs now let you read the report before sending it.
- Fixed: MIDI pattern editor: track didn't update immediately after editing certain controllers.
- Fixed (Mac): Cmd-Option-L shortcut (for Lyrics editor) didn't work.
- Fixed: Chord tracks inadvertently depended on 'Middle C Name' setting.
- Fixed: Score editor didn't immediately display recorded notes after cycle recording.
- Fixed: MIDI effect 'apply to track' option didn't always use the right MIDI channel.
- Fixed: Loading a Multi Instrument in a Multi Instrument caused error.
Users who purchased MultitrackStudio after October 28, 2013 are entitled to lifetime free updates. Older versions can be upgraded: $39 (Pro) / $23 (Standard).