Tone2: ElectraX 1.4 released

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One of my goto synths ElectraX has been updated to 1.4.

New features:

  • 64 Bit VST & AU version for Mac (requires OSX 10.5 or higher)
  • Mouse-wheel support for list selectors and knobs (if the host supports it)
  • PDF manual can now be viewed from within the plugin (Mac)

Enhancements:

  • Better overall performance in big projects.
  • Reworked graphics and skins.
  • Enhanced workflow.
  • The GUI code was completely rewritten. It’s faster and supports alpha blending now..
  • Enhanced LFOs (random types & frequencies below 4Hz)
  • Enhanced Legato.
  • Key follow of filter with glide.
  • Gatekeeper support on Mac.
  • 64 bit version is Windows8 compatible.
  • Improved installation process on PC and Mac.
  • Many other small enhancements.

Fixes:

  • Workaround for a host bug in Logic (garbage Midi data was sent to the plugin)
  • Fix for hosts that did not open GUI on plugin loading (Ableton, Logic)
  • Workaround for a Windows problem when mouse buttons are click-held for a long time.
  • Fix for a possible permission problem in OSX Lion.
  • Fixed a memory leak.
  • Legato, sustain pedal.
  • Fixed some GUI glitches.
  • Several smaller bugfixes.

More information is available at http://www.tone2.com

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Hi, this is Mark Mosher. Welcome to my blog. I’m a synthesist, Composer, Producer, and Visualist living in Boulder CO. I’m also the founder of the Rocky Mountain Synth Meet and Synth Patrol.

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