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Upgrade from V6.20 to V7.1.0
« on: March 16, 2010, 01:22:00 pm »
Is there an upgrade option from V6.20 to V7.1.0 and what are the improvements?

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Re: Upgrade from V6.20 to V7.1.0
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2010, 05:18:01 pm »

Upgrading is currently free, so I guess the answer is yes.  The improvements are:

Current Version: V7.1.0

Since V7.01, we have made a number of improvements as follows:
  • We have (at last!) added a normalisation facility.  You will find this alongside the Graphic Equaliser. You can also normalise a selection of albums in 'batch' mode.
  • You can now append to an existing track listing when looking up track listings across the Internet (suggested by Brian Leclair).  We also no longer discard track times after a zero-length track.
  • Added two 'turbo' settings to the declicker to deal with difficult material with a large high-frequency content such as modern jazz.  These are very aggressive; use with caution!
  • Added 'hotkeys' [ and ] to step between click repairs in the waveform display.
  • Issue a warning if you try to add two sets of filters with identical ranges.
  • The minimum fade-in / fade-out time is now 0.1 sec (was 1 sec).
  • Improvements to the 'getting started' section in the help file.


V7.01 introduces the following changes:
  • New, slinky, self-resizing toolbar beneath the waveform display
  • Fixed a problem truncating large WAV files (sorry about that)
  • Fixed an occasional freeze on Windows 7 when starting playback
  • 'Truncate recording at cursor' is now much faster
  • There is now a hotkey (`) to switch rapidly between the Split Tracks and Cleanup Audio windows.
  • Made a few refinements to the track splitting functions


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Re: Upgrade from V6.20 to V7.1.0
« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2010, 12:06:26 pm »
Thanks! ;D