Everest : Audio Looper gets a huge update in version 1.0.3

This really is a huge update and only on a 1.0.3 release. I wonder what the 1.1 will look like? Anyway, here’s what’s new:

  • Stereo Support :
    • All loopers can now record stereo sources from audio hardware or other apps.
    • Dual Mono is used when sampling a mono audio source.
    • Stereo WAV files are created when copying or saving loops.
    • Panning a stereo sourced track balances the left and right channels.
    • Supports up to 4 stereo hardware sources (i.e. 8 mono audio tracks bussed to four stereo loopers).
  • Audio File Paste :
    • Audio files can be pasted into empty loop tracks from the general pasteboard.
    • Press-and-hold on an empty loop track after copying audio from another app.
    • Support for pasting stereo and mono files.
    • If the there are no loops playing, then the first paste will determine Everest’s BPM.
  • Automatic Fades on Loop Ends/Seams :
    • There is a now an option, on by default, to add a short fade out on the end of a loop and short fade in on the beginning of the loop.
    • This helps remove unwanted clicks from sampled audio that spans the edges of the loop.
    • Fades are also applied to edited, windowed, and reversed loops.
  • Loop History Recall
    • Now accessible via MIDI, every edit, recording, or windowing of a loop track is instantly restorable.
    • Using a partitioned ranges of MIDI CC 70, instantly jump to any loop version, all without losing sync.
  • MIDI Improvements :
    • Added dedicated, named, Core MIDI endpoint. Receive MIDI directly from other apps that can discover and connect to endpoints.
    • MIDI hardware devices and their corresponding input ports are now dynamically updated whenever any devices are added or removed.
  • Other Updates :
    • New Hardware, Inter-App Audio and Audiobus routing interface lets you pre-select and save your favorite audio-to-looper mapping.
    • Improved general Inter-App Audio Effect tempo and transport synchronization.
    • Fixed sporadic issue where the press-and-hold of the Record button would fail to erase the loop and/or trigger a new recording.
    • Fixed issue where the fourth Audiobus sender app/input slot was not being sampled/routed properly.
    • Beat display now changes when a quantized loop window snaps in and out of sync.
    • Added colored Audiobus trigger buttons to show play/record/stopped state of each selected looper.
    • Overdub mode now frequently redraws waveform to show recent changes.

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