TwistedWave updated to v1.6.1

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Audio editor for Mac TwistedWave was updated to v1.6.1.

TwistedWave 1.6.1 is mainly a bug fixes update. It contains very few new features or improvements, as you can see from the release notes below.

It’s been a long time since the last update, but the good news is that I have now started working full time on TwistedWave, and it shouldn’t be long before updates with more exciting new features are released.

Changes in TwistedWave v1.6.1

  • Minor improvements
    • Adjustable buffer size.
    • The selection is now replaced when pasting.
    • Move the cursor to the beginning/end of the selection with option-left/right.
    • Scroll left or right with page-up/page-down.
    • The cursor remains visible when moving it with the arrow keys.
  • Fixes
    • Improved play through with lower latency.
    • The crash recovery could fail in some cases.
    • A crash when loading T-RackS 3 plugins.
    • Ozone4’s GUI could disappear in some cases.
    • The audio could get corrupted when recording with an Apogee duet.
    • Playing 192kHz files was broken.
    • The manual would not open correctly from the help menu, or the help buttons.
    • Marker names with accents wouldn’t show up correctly.
    • Markers would be duplicated when converting to mono.
    • The audio units from the effect stack were applied in the reverse order.
    • Some audio unit plugins, such as soundhack’s ones could produce a few seconds of silence.
    • TwistedWave could record with a wrong sampling rate, resulting in a pitch shifted audio.
    • When recording, play through could play only on the left side in some cases.
    • Some jpeg files did not work properly in mp4 files artwork metadata.
    • Scrolling with shift + mouse wheel was broken.

TwistedWave is available for purchase for Mac OS X 10.4 for $79.90 USD. A fully functional 30 day demo is available for download.

More information: TwistedWave

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  • TwistedWave v1.6.2 was released:

    – Bug fix: A small bug was introduced in TwistedWave 1.6.1 – some Audio Unit Plugins, or the “Change Speed” effect can freeze TwistedWave when they are applied.
    – New Feature: Custom Fade: The ability to apply Custom Fades has been added. This is like a “Fade In” or “Fade Out”, except that you can specify the gain an the start and at the end of the selection. This feature is available from the main menu, in “Effects / Custom Fade…”.

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