The following is a list of bug fixes and other changes between version 4.0.0 and version 4.0.1 of Orinj.
- Fixed an error that will jumble the audio data in the left channel when stretching a wave file with 24-bit sampling resolution
- Fixing a crash when displaying the meta properties of a wave (e.g., the display name, author, software used – see the list chunk of a wave file)
- Fixed a bug in the writing of meta data to wave files that would cause Orinj to not recognize the meta data when the file is opened again
- Fixed a separate bug that prevented Orinj from finding and showing the display name meta data for wave files
- Fixed a bug that would cause occasional errors in wave drawing and may crash Orinj during the splitting of a stereo wave into two mono waves in the single wave view
- Fixed a bug that caused Orinj to open two new MIDI files in the MIDI roll view on startup and would create several further problems, such as: new MIDI notes added to the file would not play, the wrong file might be saved on exit, etc.
- Fixed the deletion of temporary MIDI files and wave files on exit, when the user clicks on No if asked to save
- Fixing a crash when converting MIDI to wave before allowing the user to choose the audio format of the new wave file
- Allowed the user to cancel the conversion of MIDI to wave
- Made sure to close that the status window when the conversion of MIDI to wave stops – ends without error, ends because of an error, or is cancelled by the user
- Made sure the wave file produced when converting MIDI to wave is displayed in the single wave view
- Fixed a bug that would cause popping at the end of notes when converting MIDI to wave. This functionality is still experimental and some (fewer) notes may still pop because of other bugs
- Simplified what Orinj does with the wave produced when converting MIDI to wave