M-Audio updates Torq Software

M-Audio has released an update for the Torq software, Torq 1.0.4. This update is supported by Mac 10.4.9 and Windows XP SP2. The updated is available from the M-Audio Software Update Page.

* Supports Xponent controller/interface
* Holding SHIFT and rotating an Xponent Scratch Wheel will offset the Phase Grid
* Redesigned MIDI architecture for improved response
* If a sample is looped, it will be looped when used with QuickScratch. If a sample is not looped, it will not be looped when used with QuickScratch
* Hide Phase Grid button will remove the Phase Grid from the Scrolling Waveforms
* New “Reset Speed Slider on New Track” preference for keeping the position of the Speed Slider the same when loading a new song
* The Sampler will use the phase information of the Master Tempo when recording from the Line-Input
* MIDI control can be assigned to the scrolling waveforms (for scratching with a device other than Xponent)
* Torq will remember the path when saving samples
* Fixed: Track will play without External Control if dropped onto a Deck while Runout Protection is active
* Fixed: Two additional Snapshots on top of a Key Change Snapshot will cause incorrect Key behavior
* Fixed: VST Effects unstable when Effect Rack is Bypassed
* Fixed: When a Deck is synced to the other Deck, the Reverse effect stutters and skips when activated
* Fixed: Schaffel mode not implemented for all effects
* Fixed: Snapshot recalls incorrect Repeat Size
* Fixed: Snapshots are affecting parameters outside their scope
* Fixed: Sync is not disabled when loading a track onto the opposite Deck
* Fixed: Playing back a sampled loop results in audio glitch
* Fixed: When activating a QuickScratch, the previous loop would superimpose itself on the sample
* New preference for resetting Speed Slider on new song


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