as part of the bigger Elk Audio OS 1.0 release, we are as usual releasing a major improvement for Sushi.
You can find the updated source & binaries on Github:
The most relevant new features are direct support and better optimizations for Coreaudio on macOS, and a vastly improved set of integrated plugins. There is now a
wavstreamer plugin that can stream audio from disks directly, a Freeverb wrapper, and many plugins taken from the excellent Brickworks framework by Orastron.
We also released a Python QT GUI that makes it easier to control Sushi:
Let us know if you have any feedback and/or suggestions.
Full change list from Github:
- Added Apple CoreAudio frontend
- Support for aggregate devices
- Brickworks plugin suite added
- Wave Streamer plugin
- Freeverb plugin
- TWINE updated to 0.4.0 with workgroup and EVL support
- Rapidjson updated to latest master branch
- Optimised State changes for VST3 plugins
- Crash logging with Sentry
- Device dump now includes sample rate and buffer size support
- LV2 worker request space too small
- LV2 logging not handled correctly
- Incorrect velocity scaling on Midi output from LV2 plugins
- VST3 plugin initialization order fix
- Parameter notification fix
- Incorrect file length display in WaveStreamer plugin
- Seek precision fix in WaveStreamer plugin
- Audio channel setup now only called when plugin is disabled
- Send and return crash at exit
- The argument --dump-portaudio-devs is changed to --dump-audio-devices and now requires a frontend to be specified (–coreaudio or --portaudio).
- Failure to set priority and/or workgroup on macOS will cause Sushi to exit.