Assembly version (AudioDjStudio.dll) 18.104.22.168 (June 11, 2008)
Multimedia engine version (AdjMmsEng.dll) 22.214.171.124 (June 18, 2008)
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Fixed Bugs (since version 2.0)
- When using more tthan on instance of the control, the SilencePositionAvailable event will report wrong values.
- Settings applied at Design-time to the embedded automatic Fader won't be effective at Runtime.
- Changing visual feedback's settings during playback can cause a GPF
- Calling the CloseSound method immediately after a call to the RequestSoundExportToWav method can cause a GPF: in any case, note that calling the CloseSound method immediately after a call to the RequestSoundExportToWav method is not a correct behaviour and must be avoided.
- WAV ADPCM format files can cause a GPF during a ReadSoundInfo method's call
- Playlist related methods won't return an error code after a failure.
- Changing the width of Spectrum bands through the Spectrum.BandWidth property doesn't produce any visible effect.
- Starting a recording session, through the Audio Sound Recorder component, can cause a discard of the loaded song from memory.
- If no sound is loaded inside a player, the RemoveTrigger method doesn't remove the given trigger.
- The manual BPM calculation, performed through a call to the RequestSoundBPM method, will cause a GPF on sounds loaded inside a memory buffer.
- The visual feedbacks suffer a momentary stop of their graphic rendering when one of the players completes playing the loaded sound.
- A call to the Waveform.GetBitmapViewWidth method, made from a control instanced on a secondary form, can fail if the primary form contains another instance of the control itself.
- Setting the ScaleUnits, SoundsDirectory, ForwRewGranularityType and ForwRewGranularity properties from instances of the control different from the first one will have no effect
- If both Audio DJ Studio and Audio Sound Recorder are instanced on the same form the sound card's speakers enumeration could fail.
- If both Audio DJ Studio and Audio Sound Recorder are instanced on the same form, the enumeration of players available inside Active DJ Studio could return a wrong value
- Making a call to the PlaySoundRange method after disabling the automatic fader, through a call to the Fader.Exit method, could result in a GPF.
- After a call to the Fader.Exit method, on a fader initialized in FADE_SINGLE mode, the SoundDone event is fired over and over again.
- Loading a MP3 file from an Internet URL through the LoadInternetStream method can cause a GPF
- Trying to obtain the CDDB title of a CD's track containing data instead of audio can generate an exception
- Mixers related functions don't work under Windows Vista
- Sounds loaded through the LoadEncryptedSound method cannot be mixed.
- The control doesn't work correctly on Windows 98 and Windows ME.
- Positioning through the SeekSound method is not performed correctly on AAC and MP4 sound files.
- Speakers assignment is not reliable on Windows Vista.
- CDDB information is not always correct.
- With some specific CD, whose author/title conbination exceeds 24 characters, it's not possible obtaining the CD cover from Amazon web service.
- Damaged AAC, MP4 and M4A files can crash the control.
- Equalizers don't work correctly.
- The mixer volume change on USB devices having one single channel (for example USB phones) is not managed correctly.
- Passing an invalid memory pointer to the LoadSoundFromMemory method can cause a GPF.
- The PlaySoundRange method fails if the ScaleUnits property is set to a value different from milliseconds.
- Speakers assignment is ignored by LoadInternetStream and CreateSoundFromPCMBuffer methods.
- Methods returning a string could end with spurious characters.
- An error could be raised when launching two different applications both of them using our control.
- When a playlist has been performed completely, and no loop has been set, the SoundDone event is raised over and over again.
- If a LoadSound call fails, a memory leak is generated.
- The SetRewindOnEOF method doesn't work if no sound is loaded into the player.
- The LoadSoundSync method won't generate the SoundSyncLoaded event (with error code) if the file to load doesn't exist.
- During the execution of two playlists with automatic fading, the player reported by the SoundLoaded event will be always the first one.
- Under Windows Vista mono files are not played if speakers management is disabled.
- Sound files of unknown format could crash the control during a loading session.
- The RequestSoundSilenceDetection method could generate fake values if no sound is loaded.
- When loading a CD track, the waveform analysis and the silence detection could generate fake values.
- CD tracks cannot be loaded into a playlist.
- The call to LoadSoundFromRecordingSession could generate an exception.
- Support for looping a certain sound or portions of it
- Smoothing on PlaySound call
- Detection of silent portions at the start and end of the sound
- Support for the following formats: AIFF, FLAC, AAC, MP4 (sound only), AC3, Wavpack, ALAC
- Support for multichannel songs in the following formats: WAV, AIFF, OGG e WMA
- Possibility to load songs encrypted using the CryptSound™ application
- Multi-speakers management (Stereo, Quadraphonic, 5.1 and 7.1)
- Waveform analysis and generation of sized bitmap views of the whole waveform or portions of it
- Export of a loaded sound in WAV format
- Improved management for EAX special effects
- Improved integration with the Audio Sound Recorder for .NET component
- Support for retrieving CDDB information from FreeDb servers
- Support for retrieving CD cover pictures from Amazon Web Services
Fixed Bugs (since version 126.96.36.199)
- Using an oscilloscope larger than 512 pixels will cause an exception
- The oscilloscope doesn't work correctly with 8 bits samples
- The LoadSoundFromMemory method will always load songs into the first player.
- At design-time tooltips are not displayed correctly
- The GetCdIdentification method, used in conjunction with the CD_IDENTIF_TEXT parameter in order to get the CD-Text contained inside an Audio CD, will return only the first string.
- Requesting the BPM to a song playing the latest 30 seconds could cause a GPF
- The enumPlayListFormats enumerated type, used by the PlayListSave, is not accessible
- Members of the SoundInfo class are not accessible
- The busy state of the CD player during a CD playback session is not managed correctly.
- The BPM for WMA files loaded from memory is not calculated.
- Calling the LoadSound method immediately followed by a call to the PlaySound method, while another song is very near to finish its current playback, can cause a premature stop of the new playback.
- Calling the LoadSound method on several different files without waiting for the SoundLoaded event, for example inside a loop, can cause a GPF.
- After calling the Fader.Exit method, a new Fader.Init call will fail returning an ERR_GENERIC error.
- A memory leak is generated when trying to load invalid or unsupported sound files.
- The latency time of the available output devices is not calculated correctly.
- Trying to change the width of the spectrum bands will have no visible effect.
- Changing the Fader.FadeInDelayFromMixStart property will cause a wrong delay on the fade-in seek position.
- The use of the fader will cause small memory leaks