Note: this post is from 2009, outbound links may be broken.
Applied Acoustics Systems updates Tassman to v4.1.3
Applied Acoustics Systems has released version 4.1.3 of Tassman 4, a sound synthesis studio for PC and Mac.
Tassman is an extremly rich modular sound synthesis environment based on physical modeling. It is both an impressive collection of unique synths and effect processors, and a tightly integrated synthesis studio which lets you customize instruments in any way you wish or even create your own from scratch.
Changes in Tassman v4.1.3
- Total recall! Saving your host project now saves Tassman’s instrument, preset, output stage, and MIDI Links.
- Better behavior with audio and MIDI settings on first start and on configuration changes.
- Recorder now records .WAV and .AIFF files on both Windows and Mac OS X.
- Fixed Recorder crash on Windows.
- Fixed audio cuts when the plug-in window was displayed.
- Fixed MIDI Link crash on “Default” channel.
- Fixed Cubase 5 crash on Windows.
- Now works with Cubase 5 64-bit VST Bridge.
- Now works with Sonar 64-bit BitBridge.
- Fixed “Fatal Error 417″ during authorization on Mac OS X.
- Fixed Edit MIDI Link dialog values glitch.
- Add MIDI Link menu was missing in DXi plug-in.
- Module info is now displayed on Mac OS X when a module is selected in the borwser.
- Fixed Player module crash on Intel-based Mac systems when loading a preset made on an PowerPC-based Mac system.
- Fixed Builder/Player button crash when no patch was loaded.
- Fixed crash on polyphony change.
- Browser now prettier on Windows.
- Fixed stuck Applescript dialog in Mac OS X installer.
- Fixed optimisation option on Mac OS X.
Tassman 4 is available as an instand download for PC and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) for $349 USD.