Volume in style files can be changed in two ways:
• by changing the volume value in all MIDI volume setting events
• by changing the velocity value in all MIDI Note On events
|1.06||2014-05-24||There are no new features. This update has a background in security. While desktop applications are not particularly vulnerable to external threats, I have decided to update this application. This means that the JRE (Java Runtime Environment) ver. 7 must be installed on the user's computer. I apologize for any inconvenience; but "better safe than sorry". Read Get JRE for additional information.|
|1.05||2013-10-13||File menu now supports multiselection of files.
File Open Dialog will show style files only.
|1.04||2011-10-28||Increased program speed.
View menu added. Defines and saves User Interface size setting.
Added shortcuts to most used file operations.
Updated the look of the User Interface.
|1.03||2010-02-10||Internal code revision.|
|1.02||2009-09-25||Added multilingual Online Help. Accessible from within the program, and from this page.
If you upgrade you MUST run Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.6 or better at your computer. More information about getting and installing JRE at the Download Page.
|1.01||2007-10-19||Corrected a bug destroying CASM and OTS settings|
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