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MIDI Patchbay

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MIDI Utility by Soundigy
Midi Patchbay
MIDI Patchbay by Soundigy is a Standalone Application for Windows. It functions as a Standalone Application.
Product
Version
1.4.2
System Requirements
Hardware
• Pentium III 1 GHz/ Athlon XP 1.33 GHz
• 512 MB RAM
• A sound card compatible with Windows XP
Software
• Microsoft Windows XP
• Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
Other
Stand-Alone Utility / Application
Copy Protection
None
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MIDI Patchbay is quite a simple, yet powerful MIDI merger/splitter/filter. It works as an 8x8 MIDI interface, allowing you to map real physical or virtual MIDI ports to its internal inputs and outputs.

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Discussion: Active
NTO
NTO
25 March 2017 at 6:14pm

Install of both V1.2.2 builds from http://en.soundigy.com/download.php fail initial virus scan, Quarantined by Avast.

NTO
NTO
25 March 2017 at 11:54pm

Just to note:

Soundigy does NOT see this problem w/Avast at their location. They are quite responsive, investigating the issue.

soundigy
soundigy
5 May 2017 at 8:00am

We couldn't recreate failed virus scan, though a few months back Chrome was alerting users about possible danger when trying to download installers from our website. That was due to not that many downloads. We asked Google to check the installers manually and they confirmed they were safe, so the Chrome alerts should be gone now. Still no idea why Avast was showing the alert (and why it didn't on our PCs), especially that we don't use any third parties code/libraries - there's just our code + Windows native libs + .NET framework referenced.

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