Written by Roland Trimmel | Categories: News
Our first VST/AU plug-ins were released in December. Since then a number of new versions have been released that contain a lot of improvements under the skin, without us urging you to complete an update yet. Today we'd like to change that, and ask you to do just that.
Read on to find out more.
Continuous improvements of our plug-ins
I2C8 features two new functionalities around step sequencing and chord velocity. In version 1.0.4, now available for download, we're introducing the ability to control velocity per step for a more dynamic expression (via a velocity slider for the respective chord that sits on the right side of the chord symbol selector) and to turn off individual steps without losing the generative powers of I2C8 (via an On/Off-icon placed at the top right of a chord symbol). Best effects are achieved with fast rhythmic music.
Equally, there are a number of improvements to stability and performance, bug fixes, automatic software version checks and installers across both plug-ins. And, of course new user manuals - just in case you missed that.
For Spexx another update is due in the next weeks that will feature AAX support. The implementation is ready, testing of the beta version featuring AAX will start in the next days.
The updates are free for owners of I2C8 and Spexx. Download the new plug-in versions directly here from our Support Centre.