Awave Studio History
Version history for Awave Studio shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Dec 17, 2004) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).
v 11.1 updated on Jan 25, 2016
New in v11.1: Support for new formats and usability improvements.
v 11.0 updated on Dec 01, 2014
New in v11.0: Support for Korg Kronos, M3, M50 and NI Kontakt file formats, processing using VST plug-ins, and many more improvements.
v 10.4 updated on Mar 21, 2011
New in v10.4: Support for Yamaha Tyros 2, Yamaha Tyros 3, Yamaha EX5, Yamaha Motif XS, Yamaha Motif XF, Logic EXS24, Ensoniq Mirage, Cakewalk projects, Matroska containers, Adlib captures, and much more!
v 10.3 updated on Mar 09, 2010
New in v10.3: Support for Yamaha Motif XS files (.X0A/.X0V/.X0W), Yamaha Tyros 3 voices (.UVN), Musepack compression (.MPC), Shorten lossless files (.SHN), improved Roland song conversion (.SVQ), plus much more!
v 10.2 updated on Oct 13, 2008
New in v10.2: New features include support for reading Roland sequencer files (.SVQ), Yamaha Turos 2 voices (.TVN), Apple CoreAudio files (.CAF), WavPack lossless files (.WV), Roland MT-32 LA-synthesis timbre dumps (.SYX), and much more
v 9.5 updated on May 10, 2006
New in v9.5: New features include conversion FM-synthesis instruments into wavetable (sampling) synthesis instruments, including support for reading SysEx voice dumps from most of Yamaha's DX-series of synthesizers. Plus many more new features!
v 9.4 updated on Sep 22, 2005
New in v9.4: New features include full support for up to 32-bit floating point sample data precision, .SFZ and .OSP file format support, improved resampling, and much more!
v 9.3 updated on Jun 06, 2005
New in v9.3: New features include the ability to import several synthesizer CD-ROM formats using proprietary file systems (AKAI, Roland, Kurzweil et c) - plus many, many more improvements!
v 9.2 updated on Dec 17, 2004
New support for Yamaha Motif + Motif ES, Soundscape, Wuzikstation, Akai MPC1000 - plus many improvements!
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