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.

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