Dmitry Sches has released version 1.0.1 of Thorn, a spectral synthesizer instrument for Windows and Mac, designed to be easy to use and deliver awesome sound.
The update offers a new intermediate GUI size and precise scaling steps, and various other improvements and fixes.
In Thorn, being simple means to be straightforward and provide advanced sonic control at the same time. Intuitive workflow, high quality processing modules, light on the CPU, Thorn is ready to be put at the heart of your mix, in any genre of modern electronic music production.
Changes in Thorn v1.0.1
- Added “Intermediate” GUI size. As well there is an additional submenu now with precise scaling steps. Click on the logo displays GUI size menu now.
- Fixed VST3 automation and mono configuration issues.
- Fixed possible crash when playing low keys.
- Fixed 32bit versions don’t show up on Mac.
- Fixed font encoding issues of Windows for some menus.
- Increased font size, adjusted GUI layout.
- Status bar does not fade out when tweaking parameters now.
- Knobs: CMD(Mac) or CTRL(Win) + mouse drag/wheel/trackpad to adjust modulation depth.
- All controls use ALT+drag for fine tuning.
- Better faders control for envelopes.
- Expanded clickable area for preset arrows.
- Manual corrections.
- Known issue: There are might be GUI font and layout rendering issues on Windows for “Small” GUI size. OSX and higher GUI scales unaffected.
Thorn (VST/AU/AAX) is on sale for the intro price of $69 USD (regular $119 USD).