MIDI Madness Software has announced the final beta version of MIDI Madness 3. This update is the release candidate, and includes a whole list of bug fixes.
MIDI Madness 3 is an algorithmic melody generator that creates unlimited unique MIDI sequences based on the parameters set by the user. It can create anything from simple bass-lines, to long and epic chord sequences.
Changes and fixes since the Beta launch:
- Fixed tooltips on note lengths incorrect.
- Fixed level meter not showing bug.
- Fixed preset not saving.
- Fixed drag MIDI file to MM3 not updating sequence display.
- Fixed loading too large on smaller displays.
- Fixed registration window details glitches.
- Fixed users with accents or umlauts not registering.
- Fixed C-2 and C#-2 not showing in sequence.
- Fixed duplicate scales in 'Select Scale' popup.
- Fixed missing notes sometimes with small buffer sizes.
- Show serious errors to the user, and save crash information.
- Added better error handling to presets.
- Fixed chords not loading in Cubase.
- Fixed envelopes not loading points in Cubase.
- Fixed not loading saved session state in Cubase.
- Fixed not loading initial sequence in Cubase.
- Fixed drag and drop in Cubase.
- Fixed not loading saved session state in Studio One.
- Fixed not loading initial sequence in Studio One.
- Fixed drag and drop in Studio One.
- Fixed Native Instruments plugins not working in Ableton.