MOTU has released version 1.0.5 of urban rhythm instrument BPM, and version 1.0.2 of Electric Keys, a virtual electric piano instrument.
These maintenance updates introduce many enhancements, including 64-bit native operation under Windows 7 and Vista. BPM 1.0.5 also introduces several exciting new features, such as a new arpeggiator, beat slice editing and performance optimizations.
New in BPM v1.0.5
- Native 64-bit Windows support.
- Arpeggiator: Each rack part now has an independent arpeggiator.
- Enhanced loop slicing: You can now add and edit slices in the Clip window.
- Mono option in BPMSampler application: Previously, the BPMSampler standalone application always supplied a stereo signal. A Configuration menu now provides the option to use mono or stereo.
- Improvements, optimizations, and refinements can be found in the following areas:
- Performance: various CPU optimizations.
- Loading: locating missing samples.
- Racks: scrolling to newly created parts.
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