Wednesday, December 27, 2006
# The waveform displayed on sound events are scaled according to the fade curve.
# Added "Show sound event fade curves" option to the tracks region properties dialog. When enabled, all sound events show their fade curve. When disabled, only the event under the mouse cursor shows a fade curve. The option is enabled by default.
# Right-clicking the fade-in or fade-out handles on a sound event will show a menu with default curve shapes. Right-clicking on the fade curve will also show the fade menus, and if there is a crossfade then the curve of both the overlapping events will be set.
# It is now possible to create multiple MIDI input mappings for the same MIDI interface input. A single MIDI controller can thus be assigned to multiple tracks allowing layered control of multiple devices.
# Added "Release drivers when Podium does not have focus" option to the preferences dialog.
# Fix: Piano roll and drum map editors will change to the proper profile when the drum kit preset assignment on the track is changed.
# Fix: Using uneven ASIO buffer sizes would cause a crash.
Podium offers a unique hierarchic mixing engine that integrates audio recording, VST plugins and external MIDI and audio gear. Configuration of plugins and external hardware are encapsulated in an object based project structure, which hides the technical complexities when you want to focus on musical inspiration.
Advanced features includes 64-bit mixing, multiprocessor support, surround sound, integrated sound editor, preset librarian and spline curve automation of plugin, MIDI and mixer parameters. The number of supported devices, plugins, tracks, channels and mixer busses are practically unlimited. All this is presented in a stylish and customizable user interface.
Development concentrates on quality and stability. Software updates are released frequently and are planned with the involvement of the user community.
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