Here are the changes between Orinj version 4.1.6 and this version 4.1.7.
- Adding a convolution effect (along with an example impulse response of the classing Ampeq 835 bass combo). A convolution takes the impulse response of a system – an amplifier, equalizer, reverb, and other – and applies it to a signal. The signal changes to mimic what would happen to it if it itself went through the system. In other words, you can now model the Ampeq 835 on your tracks, as well as other amplifiers and effects, if you have the impulse responses of those. Many impulse responses are available for download from other sites
- Fixed the conversion of MIDI files to wave files to avoid potential pops at the start and end of notes
- Reduced the number of sound related threads during startup and playing. Orinj now uses less computational resources for the sound itself.
- Made sure that the closing of waves in the single wave view appropriately clears volume and other envelopes.
- Aligned the axis, axis labels in graphs for all effects with graphs. Fixed the background of the multitap delay graph. Made minor fixes to the graph of the parametric equalizer
- Reduced the drawing of labels and sliders in the two new skins. Made sure sliders can be painted with a disabled thumb
- Fixed error message that shows up when the DLS file is invalid. The DLS file is specified in the Orinj preferences