Very pleased to announce the release of Gig Performer 2.5.2
We have a few nice improvements along with a slew of fixes for quite a few obscure issues discovered by our customers and beta testers.
Thanks to everyone for their ongoing support.
Visit https://gigperformer.com/downloads to get the update for your platform.
- The splashscreen can be dragged out of the way to expose an unexpected dialog in Windows
- Increased the maximum audio tail length to 10 seconds
- Added more options for associating/updating program changes with variations
- Enhanced compatibility for some Thunderbolt audio interface under Windows
- Added more support for plugins that take extraordinary long times to validate
- Improved progress reporting while scanning
- You can now use [rackspace] in a label widget and the label will display the current rackspace.
- Rigmanager alises are now displayed as sorted in the drop-down list for associating aliases with a widget
- Fixed bug where removing a block right after resetting the audio engine might result in a crash
- Fixed problem where some Audio File Player properties were not being restored
- Fixed problem where duplicating a block would duplicate the OSC/GPScript handle as well
- Fixed bug to prevent extra spaces from being used in alias names
- Fixed problem where “momentary” flag for global MIDI commands was being reset after applying a new Rig
- Fixed problem where changing parameters directly in VSTs might not always update the associated widget
- Fixed a problem where widgets didn’t update if you change a plugin preset
- Fixed a problem where widgets could become unresponsive to incoming MIDI after an audio panic
- Fixed a problem where absurdly tiny widgets could crash GP
- OSC handling of the /Note message was broken
- Added a Playhead state callback (beat level only for now)
- Added ScheduleMIDIEvent function which allows MIDI events scheduled into the future to be processed by the MidiInBlock when they trigger
- The AutoSustainer object can now automatically leverage MidiIn plugin parameter settings
- AutoSustainer now remembers what MIDI channel is being used and sends Stop messages using that channel
- Added function to return the state of the modifier keys
- Fixed a type error in the ParamToMidiEx function declaration
- Boolean arrays are now supported
- Improved the error message you get if a widget referenced in a script doesn’t actually exist in the rackspace
- Arrays of MidiMessages are now supported