Sunvox 1.4 has arrived

The always excellent Sunvox has been updated to version 1.4. Here’s what’s new:

  • iPhone port;
  • OSX port;
  • multitouch support;
  • design improvements and optimization;
  • updated icon editor (now in separate window);
  • updated sampler (added base note and frequency for each sample);
  • sunvox_config.ini: added “touchcontrol” option; use this option if your device has touchscreen without pen (stylus), or if you just want a large buttons;
  • sunvox_config.ini: now “audiodevice” option works in Windows (and Windows Mobile) too; example of usage: audiodevice 1 //set second audio device of your computer;
  • added new effect 19 – re-trigger note after PPPP ticks during the line;
  • added new effect 1C – cut note after PPPP ticks in the current line;
  • added new effect 1D – delays the start of note until tick PPPP in the current line;
  • added respective simple examples: std_effect_retrig.sunvox; std_effect_cut.sunvox; std_effect_delay.sunvox;
  • added “hide effects” function in the pattern editor’s menu;
  • added “Touch Theremin” experimental tool for realtime playing;
  • tons of bugs fixed.

Of course, we still have to wait for the iPhone version. Let’s hope it doesn’t take too long.

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  1. Very excited about this, and still can't wait for the iPhone version to appear (I find myself obsessively checking the appstore more than is really healthy) – however, just got the OSX version and, oops, kernel panic! Can't remember the last time I had a crash. Run of the mill on windows, of course. Anyone else have this?


  2. Just tried the demo version on 10.5.7 and it seems to work fine. So excited! I am also obsessively checking the app store. It'll probably be a month at least I'm guessing, given how slow Apple has been lately.


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