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Attn: MacM1 users #5720 06/21/04 01:13 AM
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Looks like Richard's done a refresh on all his OSX emulators, including M1. I don't know if this fixes the .wav logging bug, but you can always download it and see.

Re: Attn: MacM1 users #5721 06/21/04 02:29 AM
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M1 hasn't been updated.

RB - do you anticipate a new M1 any time soon or is it still worth me fixing the existing version? I won't have a chance to do it until I'm back from the USA (July 6th) but can probably look at it then.


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Re: Attn: MacM1 users #5722 06/21/04 02:39 AM
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I really need to get ZiNc out before I update M1 again, so probably not soon. Certainly not before July 6 :-)

Re: Attn: MacM1 users #5723 07/07/04 03:00 AM
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Richard.....pleeeeease o please update M1 even if it's just to fix the wav bug. I've been waiting forever to rip stuff frown

Re: Attn: MacM1 users #5724 07/07/04 04:38 PM
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I've not forgotten about it - but you can use Audio Hijack in the interim to do what you want...
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Re: Attn: MacM1 users #5725 07/09/04 04:28 AM
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I finally fixed this bug tonight. Now I just need to get round and release the change smile
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Re: Attn: MacM1 users #5726 07/10/04 03:27 AM
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And...done.
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Re: Attn: MacM1 users #5727 07/12/04 09:44 AM
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Well it's nice that the wav problem is fixed, unfortunatly I think another problem has been brought up though. Whenever I play a song, it starts out at a good volume level, then about a certain time in, fades quieter. It's never done this before, and I tried with and without the Normalize Volume Level checked (I keep it on as default). Help frown

Re: Attn: MacM1 users #5728 07/12/04 03:11 PM
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Turn off Normalize volume and start a new song. Normalize change only takes effect at the beginning of each new track.


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Re: Attn: MacM1 users #5729 07/12/04 10:02 PM
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Well that's like the problem. Without Normalize on, the sound is really quiet at high volume as compared to other applications at the same level.

Re: Attn: MacM1 users #5730 07/12/04 11:39 PM
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Without Normalize the sound is as in the real hardware. Normalize is a hack and will never work perfectly.

I did change the behaviour in Normalize in this release; it is now reset at the start of every song rather than only on a game change.

I may provide an option to tweak this in the next release. If what you really want is to record WAVs though, you probably shouldn't use Normalize anyway; get your favourite sound editor to normalize the whole sample equally.


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Re: Attn: MacM1 users #5731 07/13/04 07:10 PM
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Yeah - Normalize is slowly being replaced by volumes stored in the list files, which doesn't kill the dynamics.

Re: Attn: MacM1 users #5732 07/14/04 10:08 AM
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1 big addition I think that would be really welcomed is a stop or pause button....or both! wink

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