Version 2008 (Beta 5) Out Now!

(Plus, the final 2.9 release date has been scheduled for the 5th of November)

Changes since version 2.9 beta 4:

  • Add one more instance of a workaround for the Conexant HD Audio input issue.
  • Restore compatibility with Win98 SE and WinME that was broken because MS at some point decided to remove it from their tool chain.
  • Fix regression: WaveRT devices not detected if Compatibility Mode enabled for the host application.
  • Fix WaveRT event mode input.
  • Fix: x64 version in theory could have crashed on ASIOStop().
  • ix another theoretical bug in the x64 audio startup code.
  • Fix issue where the x64 version actually crashed if an input device had exactly four channels.
  • Also allow right mouse button on tray icon to open the GUI.
  • Add pathetic attempt to improve WaveRT in/out synchronization.
  • Fix several issues with in app integration API added earlier. Notably did it not work at all in 64 bit mode before.







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