Sharonzaz For some reason the AUv3 plugin doesn’t work, it loads but does something funny and then doesn’t seem like the audio is actually running through it?
Can confirm the routing is somehow broken when you enable a plugin. At least I also get a bit weird behaviour and need to investigate in detail.
Damir Where in the software do you load .stsa files?
You are right, I should add a load option for stsa files. For example in the menu that pops up with the + button in the song list.
Lishy hi Peter, the how many seconds to seek seems to be stuck on 10 seconds no matter what you change it to in settings.
It only works for the remote actions. I forgot to add this setting to the assignable buttons. Will fix that in the next update.
Damir if it was in SONG PROPERTIES then you could control it on the run
Good idea, will add the metronome setting to that popup.
Damir With fast tempo songs its very hard to trigger it on the beat ,
A general problem I talked about multiple times. As long as ST3 is not aware of a beat grid and there is latency when pressing start, it is impossible to get the metronome in sync. That's why the focus for this feature are lyrics only songs. With audio songs, just select the mode to display the metronome only when stopped so that you can get a feel for the tempo before the track starts.
Sharonzaz If i set any of the multitracks output to the same bus as the main output its set, still no audio is routed
through the Auv3.
That's a consequence of the new much more flexible routing. I got rid of the bus system. Each audio source is routed directly to an output. So I can only patch plugins between a source and the output. So in this case the source is the stereo song player. Even if you route a track in a multitrack song to the same output as the stereo player, the route through the audio engine is different.
This also applies to the master equalizer. I guess I should rename both from master to something like stereo song equalizer and fx.
Sharonzaz well done on the pitch\time of multitrack! perhaps if theres an option to
exclude certain multitracks from pitch, such as drums and percussion, those dont need to change (only speed)
I had this already implemented but had to realize that the pitch changes introduce latency. So by disabling this setting on certain tracks they no longer played in sync. I even tried to keep the plugin running with very small pitch shifts but it seems that the latency depends on the amount you change pitch and the tracks still have been out of sync.
So maybe in version 4 I can add a full dynamic latency compensation but that's not possible in the current audio engine implementation.
DickyDutch However I’ve noticed that when the metronome is playing you no longer have the ability to jump to the next or previous pdf page by tapping the screen. When the metronome is stopped you can. Suspect this is a small bug.
I will take a look at it.
DickyDutch Also I’ve noticed that pdf annotations/ markups don’t appear to be included in a full back up.
Annotations are stored in the pdf file directly. So they should automatically be included in the backup. But I will take a look at it.
Damir It would be great to have a master metronome on off switch on the interface so you can turn it on or off without effecting each song metronome setting.
I could add a master switch somewhere in settings.