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Toontrack Music updates EZdrummer and Superior Drummer - Apple Silicon Support

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Toontrack Music has released updates for Superior Drummer and EZdrummer, both featuring native Apple Silicon support to the VST, AU and standalone.

Changes in Superior Drummer 3.2.5

General:

  • Added native Apple silicon support to the VST, AU and standalone. The About dialog says "64-bit ARM" (instead of "64-bit Intel") when running in native Apple silicon mode.
  • New standalone and document icons on Mac, in Big Sur style.
  • An error dialog will now be shown if dragging out from SD3 fails because a temporary file could not be written.

Grid Editor:

  • While drag-inserting notes with the Pencil Tool, you can now erase/undo notes before releasing the mouse button.
  • In the CC editor, lines are no longer drawn outside of song blocks.

Drums Tab:

  • Added "Show in Finder/Explorer" option on instruments that use imported audio files.

Grooves Tab:

  • In the Groove Parts view, Hi-Hat Pedal is now included in Hi-Hat instead of being separate.
  • All User MIDI operations (rename/add/remove) are now threaded operations instead of locking the GUI and will show a progress dialog.

Mixer:

  • The EQ now supports other Slope values than 6 dB/oct in Peak mode.
  • The EQ curve is graphically smoother now.
  • The mixer no longer has a maximum number of effects.

E-Drums:

  • Added settings in the E-drum page to control how ringing hi-hat sounds respond to pedal movement.
  • Added a preset for Yamaha DTX-PRO.
  • Added a preset for Alesis Command.
  • Added several Medeli presets.

Standalone:

  • On Windows, two new device types are available: "WASAPI (Exclusive Mode) " and "WASAPI (Low Latency Mode) ".
  • "None" can now be selected in the output channel list to make the output silent.

Read the full release notes at toontrack.com/release-notes/superior-drummer-3

Changes in EZdrummer 2.2.2

General:

  • Added native Apple silicon support to the VST, AU and standalone. The About dialog says "64-bit ARM" (instead of "64-bit Intel") when running in native Apple silicon mode.
  • New standalone and document icons on Mac, in Big Sur style.
  • "Check for Updates" can now open the Product Manager (if installed) instead of the download web page.

Standalone:

  • On Windows, two new device types are available: "WASAPI (Exclusive Mode) " and "WASAPI (Low Latency Mode) ".

E-Drums:

  • Added some generic manufacturer profiles (Medeli, Pearl, Simmons).

Read the full release notes at toontrack.com/release-notes/ezdrummer-2

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