A new version of AriesVerb is available with improved stability, some new features and presets. Most importantly, it comes now with a complete PDF documentation.
- Complete PDF documentation.
- Many new presets.
- Many old presets have been refined.
- New parameters: Hold mode and Dr. Who mode.
- Better usability with parameter automation.
- Fixed bugs.
The new presets include: Airplaaine (phasers), Laurel & Hardy (a flanger), Instant Honk (a chorus), PWM-alyzer (a chorus with a twist), Major Glitch (FM effect), Slapback inserts, Laser Echo, resonant lowpass and highpass filters (yes, it’s possible), Auto wah-wah, and some others.
If the Hold parameter is active, the feedback loop is closed and recycling infinitely. The Dr. Who parameter controls whether the delay lines are cleared between progam changes. If they are not, then switching between programs may create all sorts of unpredictable clicks and noises. These parameters are themselves not part of a program, which may confuse some hosts.
Parameter are now free from clicking and popping, which improves usability with automation. This was previously broken, because the delay line pointers were reset on any parameter change, even if they didn’t had to.