Added the Device Browser
Added a Reset Reverb Parameters in the Configuration Menu
Removed the scroll wheel for switching between Devices
Longer Pre-Delay Time
Updated some Presets and Devices
Added new Fusion Captures from CLA Audio Legends Course
Added snapper at 0 for Gain, EQ Gains and Width
Updated the User Guide
Added tooltips in the preset bar
AudioUnit SDK update
Windows only: Added an informative message in the installer for the IR folders hierarchy
NOTE: the Factory and FG-BM7 IR libraries must be updated due to the new device browser. The new Factory library is included in the installer, the BM7 update can be downloaded.
In computing, an abstraction layer, or abstraction level, is a way to hide the implementation details of deep functionality, allowing the separation to facilitate interoperability and platform independence. This is how peripherals can work with computers using different operating systems. For example, an audio interface can connect to the USB port of a computer running either macOS or Windows; the interface doesn't need to be re-coded to work with each operating system, instead the interface only needs to have a driver that can run on each operating system's abstraction layer.