Drums: rayzoon technologies - Jamstix 2.1.4

Rayzoons virtual drummer VSTi - Jamstix 2 has been updated to version 2.1.4.
Here are the changes:

  • added 'Add Tom Groove' to the brain menu, which allows adding an accentuated 16th tom rhythm with a variety of options
  • bar editor limb menu 'Clear Entire Limb' is now available per bar, part or the whole song
  • added ability to store up to ten revisions for easy undo, manually or via auto-save feature
  • added 'Control Only Current Part' option to brain menu. If unchecked, MIDI controllers affect all parts that have appropriate mappings, not just the current part
  • removed JS1 sound references from several kits and fixed incorrect kick drum reference in one kit
  • added new options to 'Copy' submenu of the part menu that allow propagating the style or drummer of a part to all other parts of the song
  • fixed some subhosted drum modules playing with wrong pitch if project sample frequency is not 44.1 kHz
  • routing sounds to 'All' now randomly selects new sounds
  • jamstix2.ini file now supports HiHatController=x setting in subhost sections so that sound modules that use a MIDI controller other than 4 for hihat openness can be supported.
  • when saving a part, the default filename is automatically set to the name of the part
  • improved scaling of brain bitmap backgrounds
  • JS2 will now automatically use CC4 continuous hihat control with DFHS and EZDrummer without ini entry
  • the cell editor and the bar editor drag&drop functions are now consistently blocked if the bar is locked
  • various modifications to support MetalPak
  • improved e-drum CC4 behavior for certain drum kits

Read  more about Jamstix here.

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"This ground-breaking virtual drummer VSTi runs synchronized with your sequencer and features in-depth real-time modeling of various styles as well as human drummers with their own habits, accents and fill characteristics. Together, they can create thousands and thousands of realistic drum performances, each one editable down to the last hit thanks to the built-in limb-centric bar editor." Via