mifki Limited have released an update for miRack which includes new features and more. miRack is currently available for $14.99.
What’s new in version 3.73:
- The new keep last touched cables highlighted option in Settings not only improves visibility of the said cable but also greatly simplifies work with multiple cables connected to the same port. You can now tap on a port to cycle through all connected cables – and then either drag the cable you want once it becomes highlighted or change its color.
- The new minimap makes navigation around patches so much easier. It is enabled in Settings and has a few options for position and size. The minimap can be dragged to scroll the rack view or tapped to re-center it.
- The new module pack manager (accessed using Manage button in the module browser) allows to disable unwanted packs. This will hide them from the module browser and may also slightly reduce app startup time and memory consumption. Don’t worry, if you open a patch with disabled modules, they will be automatically loaded.
- Paths to external assets (e.g. samples) located in miRack Documents folder are now stored in a way that allows patches using such assets to be moved between devices (given the used assets are present on all devices). We’re working on improving handling of external assets, but in the meanwhile, it’s recommended to keep all of them in miRack Documents folder (either on the device or on iCloud Drive), this will prevent losing access to those files due to iOS and macOS file access restrictions.
- New module pack: voxglitch. The pack includes sample players, granular synths, effects, sequencers and a programmer. Don’t forget you can donate to the authors of this as well as many other module packs to support their work. Donation link for a module can be found in its manual.
- Fixed a few issues with dragging cables when multi-touch is enabled.
- Fixed scroll bar behavior on macOS.
- Fixed rendering issue in Submarine EO-102 module after patch load.
- Fixed Submarine EO-102 triggers on patch load instead of waiting for the connected external trigger.
miRack is a Eurorack-style modular environment. It aims to provide user experience and audio quality close to those of the real Eurorack hardware. miRack can be used to build custom synthesizers and effects, control other apps and equipment, as a playground to explore and learn modular synths, and for live performances.
miRack is also available to iOS and .
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