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AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal

DigiBooster 3 Beta 26 released

Date 6-Oct-2013 13:05:38
Topic: Software News

The beta version 26 of DigiBooster 3 for 68k Amiga, AmigaOS 4 and MorphOS was published online.

Since it is probably one of the last beta versions before the final release, we invite every user to test and report the version as detailed as possible and write all bug reports directly to the DigiBooster support forum.

Beta 26 of DigiBooster 3 has all the key features in place and will be the basis of the public release of the program planned in 2014. Major features added since latest public beta 22 are: DSP echo engine, already demonstrated in DigiRoller. The echo is fully compatible with DigiBooster 2.x, but this time it does not depend on AHI settings, so it is always processed. Additionally new effects 'V20' and 'V21' allow for independent echo parameters for each single track... (Please click 'Read more')

Phase augmented stereo panorama. This has been demonstrated in DigiRoller as well. Small phase shifts added when setting stereo panorama improve sound positioning and overall sound space experience.

New envelope editor. Unlike DigiBooster 2.x, it is embedded in the main window, so it is much larger and shows both volume and panning envelopes on one diagram, so it is easier to design combined effects. Diagram width is adjustable, so editing short envelopes is now easier.

Mixer (module renderer). AHI independent, allows for mixing frequencies from 8 kHz to 192 kHz. Full 24-bit output available, writes WAVE or AIFF files. Volume boost up to 48 dB (with hard limiter) with optional auto-boost calculation. Works in the background on separate process.

24 more fully documented ARexx commands.

Implemented missing 'E40' effect, fixes in 'Gxx' effect.

Numerous small fixes and improvements, listed in the change log.

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