TwistedWave v1.1

TwistedWave, an Audio Editor for Macintosh

New Features

* Added the 'multiple paste' option to the clip list.
* It is possible to preview the files from the file open dialog.
* It is possible to move the cursor to the beginning or end of the file or selection with the arrows.
* The normalization level is adjustable.
* Clicking on the rulers sets the cursor position on all channels, making it easier to work on multichannel files.
* Added support for reading Ambisonic sound files.
* Added the menu items to move the cursor to the beginning or end of the file.
* Automatically checks for updates.

Fixes and Improvements

* When previewing an audio unit, there was a 1 second latency when changing a parameter.
* Improved the behavior of the zoom in/out buttons.
* Reading a WAV file, and saving it in MPEG4 would crash.
* Trying to save a document with more than 2 channels in mp3 would crash.
* Applying an effect when there is not enough disk space would crash.
* TwistedWave would refuse a valid serial number if the user name was not capitalized correctly.
* The 'Select All' shortcut would not work in text fields.
* When saving a new clip, the name entered was ignored, and the default name was used when clicking Ok.
* Added a friendly message instead of a crash when an audio unit fails to initialize.
* It was possible to apply some effects when no document was open, leading to a crash.

TwistedWave is simple, very easy to use, and yet very powerful. It can be used for a number of tasks, such as:

* Recording. Easily record from any input device.
* Mastering. Use Audio Units to apply effects to your songs.
* Radio package editing. The clip list makes it very easy to put samples together.
* Converting files. TwistedWave can read and write files in many different formats.
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