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Posted on 27-Apr-2002 13:00 GMT by Teemu I. Yliselš11 comments
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From the Audiolabs homepage: "After a few internal releases (5.0x), [ProStation Audio] Titanium 5.05 is being delivered this week. The application is now available in a new, slim, format, with the binary reduced by 50% for better CPU caches, and JIT, handling. All the original features have been mantained, plus new ones added (MIDI playback, via external sequencer, now active also during recording, auto-sized rendering,..) and fixes."

From Czech Amiga News: "SoundFX 4.2 has entered the final betatesting stage. If things proceed well the final release will appear in a couple of weeks. Important internal changes have been made to the new version so that advanced features (like realtime processing) are possible in the future. Many bugs have been fixed, and a number of useful features added. Among them there are: saving selected ranges, faster ARexx port, Tips of the Day, About- window with extensive system information, direct access to SoundFX homepage from within the program, improved Hall operator, and more."
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Comment 4Keith Blakemore-Noble27-Apr-2002 15:12 GMT
Audio application news : Comment 5 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Warren on 27-Apr-2002 15:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
Oh, I was thinking of running it on the 68K boards? It would be great to run it on
the new boards as well, but for now I would like to use it on my 060 board :-)
#6 Teemu I. Yliselš #7 Don Cox
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