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AudioKit Digital D1 Synth Update

AudioKit Digital D1 Synth, from AudioKit Pro, was updated with a massive boost to CPU efficiency and a progress report on AUv3. It is still in the works and will be arriving for both Digital D1 and FM Player.

What's new in AudioKit Digital D1 Synth v0.9.9.9:

Thank you! We are CONSTANTLY upgrading Digital D1:
+ NEW CPU Efficient Mode:
Saves up to 50% CPU! Holy cow.
The toggle is in the "Settings" pop-up above the keyboard. This mode is especially great on iPad 4.
+ Buffer now goes up to 1024 (use for older iPads if you're still having crackles).
Have issues with crackles? Turn on CPU Efficient Mode, and raise the buffer. Then reboot your iPad. Open Digital D1 alone. Hopefully, it should sound much nicer for you. Thank you! We want D1 to work great for everyone. :)

+ We're making progress on AUv3 every day. It's on track to be working next month. This new CPU Mode is a result of that. And, we wanted to share it with you right away. We will be adding AUv3 to Digital D1, Synth One, and eventually FM Player. Thanks for your patience. We appreciate your support!

+ We've received all your ideas/bug emails and we're working on everything. Thanks for your patience.
The app will just get better & better - stay tuned!
Email bugs, music, & friendly notes to: hello@audiokitpro.com
We're working hard to improve the app for you!

Reader Comments 1

What happens to my djay pro app. I bought it when it came out, taking a chance and then they change the price structure and I lose my app with no benefit to have purchased it. Wow. If they don’t get cool, i will never use their software again. That is not cool.
December 13, 2018  | person_outline Perry
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