Softwave v0.8.0 is here - New Standalone mode editor
The newest version of Softwave introduces a standalone mode editor and gives you the ability to create multiple presets and store them directly onto Wave.
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In this video selection, the Standalone mode editor is shown and the basics of Softwave are demonstrated.
Softwave v0.8.0 Release Notes
New features and improvements
Multiple standalone presets and new standalone mode editor
Softwave now allows you to create multiple presets that are stored on Wave. These presets can be accessed whenever Wave is not connected to Softwave. Learn more about this new standalone mode editor here.
New edit mode
Along with the new standalone mode, we've updated the edit mode on Wave itself. Now you can go deeper into each function and configure them without connecting to Softwave. See section 4.4 of our instruction manual for details.
- Softwave can now learn incoming MIDI controllers when connected to a MIDI output.
- You can now assign a specific MIDI program change message to each preset. When cycling presets on Wave, it will automatically select the correct patch on your synth.
- Quickly cycle between presets in Softwave using the number and arrow keys on your keyboard.
- Replaced the MIDI SysEx communication layer between Wave and Softwave. This prevents crashes in the Korg BLE MIDI driver on Windows 10, and helps reduce mapping issues in DAWs that allow learning MIDI SysEx messages.
- Softwave now allows you to route MIDI from Wave directly to your hardware synth or any other MIDI output.
- The click function has been streamlined further. No need to navigate to the Wave configuration panel to enable the click function for a button.
- Wave's button configuration has been simplified.
- Major CPU usage optimizations when multiple VST/AU plugins are loaded in a bank.