Note: this post is from 2008, outbound links may be broken.
rs-met updates Straightliner to v0.7
rs-met has released version 0.7 of Straightliner, a subtractive synthesizer plug-in for Windows PC.
Changes in Straightliner v0.7
- Sustain now works correctly.
- Info-field at the bottom replaces popup help.
- Detuning in Hz per oscillator.
- More filter types implemented.
- Some efficiency optimizations in the DSP and GUI code.
- Support of microtuning (this implementation is preliminary as it supports only a proprietary XML based tuning file format, .tun support is scheduled for the final version).
- More presets, more waveforms (which are now released under the terms of the creative commons license).
- XML patch format changed.
Note: the change in the patch format will break preset compatibility to earlier versions. To make the preset (or a state recalled by the host) sound as before, you will need to manually adjust the MakeUp-Gain parameter – otherwise, the old preset will usually sound weaker/thinner than before.
This beta version has demo restrictions: after 20 minutes of use, the output is muted & total recall (state saving/restoring) by the host is disabled (the internal preset management is fully functional).
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