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Markus Krause

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Saurus 3.4
« on: July 22, 2022, 02:39:04 PM »
Saurus 3.4 (free update for PC and Mac)

The update is available for free for all Saurus users.
Please note that the AudioUnit interface of Saurus 3.4 is not downward compatible.



New features:

- Added a VST3 version for Mac (M1 native and Intel).
- Added a standalone version for Mac (M1 native and Intel).
- Completely new AudioUnit interface.

Enhancements:

- Several small enhancements.

Fixes:

- Automation in the VST3 version did not work with parameters that were located behind the 10th slot.
- Workaround for a bug of Ableton and FL Studio which did not display AudioUnits.
- Workaround for a bug of Reaper which did display automation parameters incorrectly.
- The AU version of Saurus 3.2 running in M1 mode could occasionally crash.

Breaking changes:

Please read this if you are on Mac and use AudioUnits. You can ignore it if you used only Vst plugins or if you are on PC.
The AudioUnit interface had to be completely rewritten because of various issues that raised from the introduction of native M1 support and Apple's notarisation. It was not longer possible to keep AudioUnits downward compatible with reasonable effort.
As a result your old songs that used previous Saurus AudioUnit versions will 'forget' their patches when you load them with Saurus 3.4.
You will have to re-select the patches and re-save your song or you might prefer to stick with the previous Saurus 3.3 beta (https://www.tone2.com/update/Tone2_Saurus3_Mac_v3.3.pkg).


Download link demo:
https://www.tone2.com/Tone2_Saurus_X64_demo.zip
https://www.tone2.com/Tone2_Saurus_Demo.pkg

Dwnload link full version (requires a valid license and a keyfile):
https://www.tone2.com/update/Tone2_Saurus3_PC.zip
https://www.tone2.com/update/Tone2_Saurus3_Mac.pkg



« Last Edit: November 17, 2022, 10:28:03 AM by Markus Krause »