Friday, April 29, 2016

Aria Maestosa 1.4.12 released

A new bugfix release of Aria Maestosa has just been released. The following bugs have been fixed :


  • Fix bug with time signature changes
  • Fix potential crash
  • Fix issue with unicode characters in track names

7 comments:

  1. New version 1.4.12c does not run on win8.0 or win 8.1 both 32bit
    "Not compatible to Windows.Version"
    But I installed successfully on win8.1-64bit in Prog(86x)-folder
    Old version 1.4.10 ran without problems ...

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    1. Hi, indeed newer builds of Aria require 64-bits versions of Windows. I have clarified the downloads page and offered a separate 32-bits link (which for now points to version 1.4.10)

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    2. ... while after the 32bit version launch, the (black) commands window checks that there is a newer one , also the window at the bottom of the program itself says so offering the link. I thought may be i missed something, but no, the given version is actually just 64bit...ok, going back again to 32bit

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  2. Is there any ability to change the selected notes to other notes?

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    1. Hi, the blog is not the best way to get support. I am not sure I fully understand the question, but selected notes can be changed by dragging them with the mouse (or using the keyboard arrows)

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  3. Thank you for this MIDI recorder and editor - it is very easy to use and intuitive! I've been using it for piano demos and it's working well so far :)

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  4. Not sure if anyone can help but is there a way to use this and have it play on a game?

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