Today's software release includes improvements and bug fixes for Modular. Modules can now be moved using drag and drop, and optimizations to the user interface has reduced CPU usage.
One of the most requested features for Modular has been the ability to rearrange modules with drag and drop. This has now been implemented, and is included in the new software update. The center bar now also follows sideways scrolling in small interface sizes, and the CPU usage has been reduced. Synchronization issues with Pro Tools have been remedied, as well as a number of minor bug fixes.
The update is free to existing Modular users. Either upgrade and install via your Gobbler desktop application, or head to My Account, click My Downloads and manually download the new Modular installer from there.
We are constantly improving and expanding Modular. Since it was first released in June 2016, more modules have been added along with functional improvements. And there is much more to come.
- Minor bug fixes and usability improvements, for example the ability to open the Module Selector by double-clicking an empty rack or the background of a module.
- In September 2016, two new free modules were added, Dual X-Fade and Dual Pan.
- In November 2016, the free ROLI Seaboard RISE module was released, allowing users to control Modular with RISE's five dimensions of touch—Strike, Press, Glide, Slide and Lift.
We are currently working on the next module which we expect to be released this spring. It will be a paid module, modelling an existing Eurorack hardware module, and you will love it.