Angry Red Planet has released version 1.1. of Temper. Temper is a MIDI and Audio sequencer with an emphasis on MIDI. Temper is distinguished by two basic design goals: To provide you with tools that operate on sequences as easily as individual events, and to decouple what gets processed by how it gets processed.
Absynth can hang while loading. The problem varies with systems: Some won’t experience it, some will only experience it when loading a new song, and some might experience it when putting down a new track with Absynth. It seems to matter which order synths are loaded, for example, the problem can be common when creating a new Absynth track after creating Massive and opening its editing window; in this case the hang can be avoided by creating the Absynth track first. We apologize to all Absynth users and hope to resolve this soon.
* Temper A: Added performance time.
* Temper A: Added VST patch randomizer.
* Added groove quantizing tools.
* Can now append .MID files by dragging them to the tracks area.
* There are several new audition operations when editing tracks: You can click on the keyboard graphic to audition notes, or in the measure area above the piano roll to audition the visible performance.
* Added new menu item Hidden in the controller strip tabs, which displays a list of all controllers that have data in the track, but no tab button.
* Added shape polarity display, which can be clicked to flip the polarity.
* Added shape smoothing control, to control whether the morph interpolates or goes in steps.
* Added a control to step through the current tool chain when in workbench mode.
* Fix: Muting a track’s audio output wasn’t keeping things in sync, so there was no visual indication of the mute and you couldn’t unmute it until doing something like muting the main buss output.
* Fix: Pitch strip was preventing values below 0.
* Fix: Controller strip was labeling all values 0-127, instead of using type-specific labels (like 0-1 for VST parameters).