Build 2066 - important update for Cantabile x64
Today I released Cantabile build 2066 which contains an important update for users of Cantabile x64 that fixes a crash that occurs when under heavy memory load. If you're using Cantabile x64 with any large sampler synths I highly recommend updating to this new build.
This new build also contains a few other less critical bug fixes. See the release notes.
Edge Triggered Latch
Also in this build is a new option on the Controller Latch filter that allows configuring under which conditions the filter is triggered:
- Edge Triggered - the filter triggers on a positive edge of the controller from <64 to >64
- Non-edge Triggered - the filter triggers on receiving any CC value
There are a few other places in Cantabile where this concept of edge/non-edge triggers might be useful, so expect to see this term introduced in other places.
Non-edge Custom Controller Button
Most of the features of the on-screen keyboard stem from the fact that I often don't have a real MIDI controller with me when developing Cantabile. In order to test the above changes I needed a way to trigger a non-edge controller event so the on-screen keyboard custom buttons can now be configured to just send a CC value on press:
(Note the value of "None" for the button's off value).
As you may have noticed, the cantabilesoftware.com website has been freshened up a little.
It's also been moved over to a new content management system that better supports categorized topics where I'm hoping to post "how to" topics and answer frequently asked questions.
With the new site also comes a new blog. Rather than bring over everything from the old blog, I've kept the entire old site on a separate domain which you can access from here: http://archive.cantabilesoftware.com/blog.