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After years of silence The Maestrix has an update

Published 10.02.2021 - 15:45 by AndreasM

Hello everyone.

Yes, after years of silence, The Maestrix is back making some noise with a new update!

Describing The Maestrix?

Maestix MaestroPro driver simulator that redirects audio to AHI.

Where is The Maestrix?

Here on Aminet
http://aminet.net/package/driver/audio/TheMaestrix

Read more for new features

New in The Maestrix?

New features in version 1.3 release of The Maestrix:

* Futher optimised buffering routines with bug fix where signals could be missed causing buffer stalls.
* Matches priority of client process to ensure audio buffering routines are on the same level to reduce stuttering.
* Now includes safeguards when audio is stopped and started as software tends to violate API and free audio buffer memory before freeing audio.
* Added some more sanity checks to sound setup input data to ensure integrity of parameters.
* Resource management has been cleaned up so all system objects are reset before reuse.
* Fixed a bug in tooltype parsing code that could crash under some circumstances.
* New BUFFERS option allows you to specify an independant audio cache!
* Updated documentation with a mix buffering guide for OctaMED SoundStudio.

Source: https://amigaworld.net

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