WaveDNA has updated Liquid Rhythm to Version 1.4.3, which features a number of improvements and fixes. Most notably, Liquid Rhythm is fully supported on OS X Yosemite, and features a snazzy new single-click installer.
- Compatible with OS X Yosemite.
- Snazzy new single-click installer for OS X.
- Fixed OS X GateKeeper's "throw application in trash" error message after install.
- Changes to Minimum Requirements:
- Minimum requirements OS X: 10.7.5. and higher (Snow Leopard 10.6.8 is no longer supported.).
- Minimum requirements Windows: Windows Vista and higher (Windows XP is no longer supported.).
- Fixed playback issues with longer samples.
- GUI Client in OS X is now full 64-bit and uses embedded java 1.9.0.
- OS X plugins now use embedded java 1.9.0 for 64-bit mode.
- Removed VLC video player and replaced with JavaFX for Windows and OS X.
- Version 2 Apple Developer code signature for all OS X packages (master build now on Yosemite).
- Removed popup window with web Windows installer.
- AMXD (Max For Live) installer now uses Ableton custom library setting on MAC and Windows.
- Installer will remove old AMXDs from Ableton Library.
- Uninstaller on Windows will remove AMXD from library.
- Installer will place AMXD in every Ableton library location and in /Applications/WaveDNA folder.
- Fixed "My Documents" localization issue on Windows.
- OS X installer will shut down Ableton, Liquid Rhythm and Audio engine if they are running before installing.
Known Issues and Limitations:
- (Liquid Rhythm Max for Live Clip mode): Windows users may experience repeated crashes while attempting to load Liquid Rhythm Max patch. Please see this link.
- Liquid Rhythm Standalone may not launch for Windows 8 users. Right-click on the application and choose "Run as Administrator.".
- Option-clicking on a pattern to audition it (in the BarForm or BeatForm Maps) will not audition if the BeatWeaver is not open.
- Liquid Rhythm Max for Live Clip mode: Moving MIDI tracks around in live while Liquid Rhythm is open may cause Live to crash.
- Liquid Rhythm Max for Live Clip mode: Moving the Liquid Rhythm Max plugin, or any of its Audition plugins around while Liquid Rhythm is open may cause Live to crash.
- Overdub recording mode is glitchy.
- Real-time MIDI recording has some lag.
- Repeatedly pressing Undo during MIDI record can cause Liquid Rhythm to crash.
- MIDI scripting for some devices (QuNeo, Livid Base) is limited to Liquid Rhythm Standalone mode. We are currently working to add support for other modes.
- Liquid Rhythm may be unresponsive when computer goes to sleep and wakes.
- MIDI Mapping track-specific controls (such as volume, solo, mute) can be lost after quitting Liquid Rhythm and relaunching.
- No automatic software updates or notifications (yet).
Note: To use Liquid Rhythm's Max for Live Clips plugin in Ableton Live 9, update both Live and Max 6 to the latest versions before installing Liquid Rhythm (the Max update must be installed first).