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Mac OSX: OS X 10.7.5 or later, and 2 GB RAM (recommended 4 GB). Java version 1.6 or better.
Microsoft Windows: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 and 2 GB RAM (recommended 4 GB). Java 1.8 (Recommended Java SE8 by Oracle). 750 MB of Hard Disk Space. An ASIO-compatible sound card recommended for optimal audio performance.
Max For Live plugin: Max 6.1.7 / Max 7.0.4. [Recommend to update to latest Max 7. Required for Windows 10 users.] Note: If you update your version of Max, please make sure to install Liquid Rhythm again after. (the Max update must be installed first.)
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What’s New in 18.104.22.168?
The list below summarizes the new features, workflow improvements, and bug fixes included in the latest version.
A faulty “installation failed” error would appear (even though the installation succeeded) at the end of the plugin installation if User had Max 7 installed but not Max 6.
Known Issues and Limitations
User can’t click+drag on track headers to rearrange tracks
An error occurs when right-clicking on a track header and attempting to change the colour.
Using a MIDI Mapping file created on a different operating system would lead to crashes. For instance, MacOSX has the ‘CMD’ key, and attempting to use that through MIDI mapping on Windows OS would cause a crash. This is specific to MIDI mapping files that has ‘Mappable Commands’ saved within them. They are not cross platform. This will be addressed in a future release.
Liquid Rhythm Standalone may not launch for Windows 8 users. Right-click on the application and choose “Run as Administrator.”
Option-clicking on a pattern to audition it (in the BarForm or BeatForm Maps) will not audition if the BeatWeaver is not open.
Overdub recording mode is glitchy.
Real-time MIDI recording has some lag.
Repeatedly pressing Undo during MIDI record can cause Liquid Rhythm to crash.
Liquid Rhythm may be unresponsive when computer goes to sleep and wakes.
MIDI Mapping track-specific controls (such as volume, solo, mute) can be lost after quitting Liquid Rhythm and relaunching.
No automatic software updates or notifications (yet).