Version 2.9 (Beta 1)

Changes since version 2.8:

  • The GUI changed somewhat, but almost everything will be just about where it used to be. You’ll find your way ’round! W is gone since soon he will be indeed.
  • Add system tray access to control panel and status indicator.
  • Control panel now remembers its screen position.
  • Workaround for IDT HD Audio driver registering WaveRT interface under XP.
  • Un-blacklisted STHDA for sample rates above 48kHz. Out on probation now.
  • Workaround for WaveRT event mode seemingly still broken in WOW64, even after Vista 64 SP1.
  • Improve WaveRT performance in Vista.
  • Add host application interface, giving developers the option to control ASIO4ALL configuration from inside their application.
  • And, once again: More minor improvements, most of which mainly serve to increase fault tolerance, others may change the world as we know it, but, alas, over time I had forgotten which ones and in what way exactly.







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