Release Notes: This release improves real-time MIDI input, allowing recording of interleaved improvisations from the user and the computer.
Release Notes: This release adds melody importation from single tracks of a MIDI file to a leadsheet, updates the style pattern extraction feature, and provides a banner on the first launch which tells users important information, such as how to set MIDI devices.
Release Notes: Version 5.12 will hang if a user tries to create a new blank leadsheet. This release removes that problem.
Release Notes: This release adds volume specification options to the style specifications, changes the Style Editor and Piano Roll Editor to accommodate volumes, changes the layout of the Piano Roll Editor so the controls are at the top, allows percussion instrument names to be names rather than numbers, allows assigning of MIDI channels, and adds an option to send MIDI Bank 0 Select before notes (this is set in the MIDI Preferences panel).
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in release 5.10 wherein roadmaps were not opening.
Release Notes: This release improves style and style editing capability. It improves MIDI selection capability. It remedies bugs in the area of MIDI device selection and real-time MIDI capture, as well as a few others.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few problems with roadmaps.
Release Notes: This release fixed an issue on Linux and Windows, but not on Macs, where the brick dictionary would not scroll, making it impossible or inconvenient to inspect all of the bricks in the dictionary. A small bug in the brick analysis algorithm was also fixed.
Release Notes: The error log is now written in the user's directory rather than the application directory.
Release Notes: Edited styles are now saved back to the user's directory. When a drum pattern is edited for a given percussion instrument, any previous component of the pattern for that instrument is removed.