SpectMorph 0.6.1 released

A new version, SpectMorph 0.6.1 is available at www.spectmorph.org.

SpectMorph (CLAP/LV2/VST plugin, JACK) is able to morph between samples of musical instruments. A standard set of instruments is shipped with SpectMorph, and an instrument editor is available to create user defined instruments from user samples.

The instrument editor was improved, the main change is that the volume of the individual samples that are part of an instrument can now be adjusted individually in the new “volume editor” if automatic volume normalization doesn’t work as expected. There were also some smaller usability improvement for the instrument editor.

One limitation of the previous releases of SpectMorph was that there was a fixed set of 128 user defined instruments. To overcome this limitation user defined instruments are organized in banks now, so you can have an unlimited number of banks each containing 128 instruments.

New standard instruments were added, namely Bass Flute, Soprano Saxophone, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Tenor Trombone, Viola and Double Bass. The samples and meta information for standard instruments are now available on github.

The code is now hard RT capable, every call of malloc() in the DSP thread was refactored and removed. Finally, a few UI problems on macOS were fixed.

A full list of all changes can be found here.


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