This is a short post to wish you all a happy new year, thank you for your continued support in 2020, and briefly introduce upcoming updates of early 2021.
Later today we are pushing out a small patch, fixing a slight inaccuracy with linear control points in the Envelope Node. Additionally, we also made some upgrades to the server to address network issues some of you've been having recently (including downloads).
Inherently, this patch will also be the first live test of the auto updater added in the 0.3.0 major update. Following an in-app notification, your client should automatically update. Depending on your location, it may take up to 2-4 hours for the update to appear for you.
Update: the update is now out (pun intended). Contrary to earlier plans, AudioNodes HD also made it into this update.
Welcome to the new major update of AudioNodes, focusing on a new account subscription system, new features, an integrated auto-updater for all downloadable versions, major visual and performance updates, and other improvements.
The update is planned to go live on the 4th of December, but an online test preview is available already.
Hey all, it's been some time.
We are coming close to finishing the next major version of AudioNodes. This post is a quick sneak peek at what to expect in the next major update, for which a test version is now available online for preview (keep in mind that it's a test version for a reason, there might be bugs).
Recently, the development pace of AudioNodes shifted a little, and this is the reason we didn't publish an update in June.
Instead of focusing on releasing new major features (such as new Nodes), we are now working on improvements to make using AudioNodes more productive and convenient in general. We are also working on internal architecture changes, in preparation for some epic new features coming later this year (like, really epic features), as well as a systematic eradication of countless newly discovered bugs.
We are releasing a relatively small update today, primarily containing bug-fixes and small miscellaneous improvements. Among other things, a new sampler node, called the Multi Sampler Node, is also included for preview (it's not an experimental feature, but it's still a work in progress), as well as an on-screen virtual keyboard and configurable virtual key-layout for the MIDI Keyboard Node.
After a considerable delay, we are now happy to announce one of our biggest updates to date!
This update ships a vast array of improvements, fixes, and long-awaited new features to AudioNodes, including experimental VST plugin support in Windows. The update is already available in AudioNodes Online, and can be downloaded for free from the Download page. Due to the size and potential impact of this update, we'll keep the previous version available for download, and it's recommended to save your current project before updating.
Over the last months we've been working on a significant update to AudioNodes, version 0.2.0. This update will ship VST plugin support through the new VST Plugin Node, and a revamped Recorder Node (still work-in-progress). Support for mac OS download is also coming, as well as countless additional new features and bug-fixes.
Over the last 3 weeks we've been working on 3 major additions: opening audio files directly, better audio recording experience, and the long awaited experimental VST plugin support, which is an insane enhancement to the modular architecture of AudioNodes. Also coming are several minor bug-fixes and improvements, all around AudioNodes.