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discoDSP updates Discovery Pro to v7.9


discoDSP has announced an update to its synthesizer and sampler, Discovery Pro, bringing it to version 7.9. They say:

Discovery Pro offers a synthesis experience with features such as 4 layers, 12 oscillators, WAV and SoundFont support, PADSynth re-synthesis, and Nord Lead 2 SysEx compatibility. Additionally, it's designed to work within a variety of production environments, thanks to its compatibility with 64-bit AAX, Audio Units, VST, and VST3 platforms.

Changelog for Discovery Pro 7.9 includes:

  • The integration of Rhythmic Pattern Transition Probabilities, amalgamating them into a single function. This function randomly selects patterns across different matrixes.
  • The introduction of a feature under Edit > Randomize > Layer/Program from Disk, allowing users to load a random layer or program from the available banks.
  • Optimizations to zone presets and editing menus for streamlined workflow.
  • The addition of the edit Gate and Mod Repeat functions for 4, 8, and 16 cells.
  • An update to the Mod zone cell, allowing values to be adjusted numerically via a right-click or ctrl-click on macOS.
  • Enhanced accessibility with the editing menu now available from any GUI location on macOS using ctrl+click.
  • Usability improvements such as the rename preset option now automatically focusing on the text input box.
  • Fixes including a tuning correction for the WAVE oscillator on blank tracks and improvements to the WAVE import dialogue.
  • A redesign of the popup menu for better display consistency.
  • Addressed MIDI Bluetooth issues in standalone mode.
  • Framework updates to ensure smooth operation.
  • Integration of the most recent versions of VST3 and AAX SDKs.
  • Resolution of rendering challenges associated with macOS Metal.

For further details and to explore Discovery Pro 7.9, users can visit the official discoDSP website. This update is free for 7.x customers.



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