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apeFilter Update

apeFilter, from apeSoft, was updated with AUv3 fixes and features! Among these is support for sample rate changes based on changes in the AUv3 host. This one struck me when I read it.

Throughout the history of iOS music apps there have been a lot of problems with varying sample rates. Sometimes the hardware has only allowed a limited range of sample rates. Or doing something as simple as plugging in headphones would cause iOS itself to change the sample rate of the device. This would inevitably lead to some app panicking. Perhaps AUv3 will help us keep everything at the same rate, if everyone is just tracking the AUv3 host. Then only the host has to worry about the weirdness.

What's new in apeFilter v2.6.2:

+ AUv3: LFO Memory Leak, fixed
+ AUv3: Host will Display Logarithmic values properly
+ AUv3: Sampling Rate change according to the host
+ AUv3: Save knob/slider steepness in presets
+ Presets Manager show Factory/Library/User icons
+ Control Manager Search show correctly names
+ Added IAA music effect

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