<i>(reading time: < 1 minute)</i> A user over on KVR (thanks maxim.srpl) spotted a problem when starting up Synth1 Librarian, where there was a long delay because the server couldn’t be contacted to do a version check. The latest version fixes that issue. If you’re enjoying using Synth1 Librarian, please make a donation (it all goes to charity).
<i>(reading time: < 1 minute)</i> A couple of Synth1 Librarian features would only work if you run your DAW (or host) in Administrator mode. With this release, Administrator mode isn’t necessary. The affected features are: Importing ZipBank folders that exist under the C:\Program Files[…]\ folder Adding new Patches to a User defined Bank Enjoy 🙂
<i>(reading time: < 1 minute)</i> Just a couple of fixes before the end of the year: Added support for UNICODE characters in folder names and patch names (finally!) Replaced paintbrush icon for better compatibility across Windows versions Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!
<i>(reading time: < 1 minute)</i> I just fixed this really annoying scenario: Enter a melody into my DAW Use the RANDOM button in Synth1 Librarian to pick a patch Hit SPACE on the keyboard to start playback in my DAW Discover that Synth1 Librarian also responded to the SPACE key, and decided to select another random patch. Grrr! This version […]
<i>(reading time: < 1 minute)</i> Some users reported that Synth1 Librarian failed to start with their host. This release fixes those issues (hopefully!). I’ve tested in VstHost, SaviHost, Renoise, Reaper, and Cantabile. If you have problems with any other DAW/host, leave me a comment with the details. Thanks to Brad (author of Cantabile) for bringing this to my attention. […]
<i>(reading time: 2 minutes)</i> Phew! The last couple of months have been busy with work and home life, but I’m happy to announce the latest release of Synth1 Librarian 😀 This release has a stack of new features, improvements, and fixes: – New: Added ability to create Used Defined Banks, drag Patches to them, and export them as Synth1 […]