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Compatibility upgrade for TL GFX, Jam and MetalCompatibility upgrade for TL GFX, Jam and MetalCompatibility upgrade for TL GFX, Jam and Metal

Compatibility upgrade for all ToneLib products

Available in the latest versions of TL GFX, TL Jam and TL Metal

November 7, 2022

We are excited to announce that our team has finished working on the newest versions of the main ToneLib product line. The primary focus of the upgrade was to ensure stability and high optimization level when running ToneLib products on next-generation systems and devices.

TL GFX/TL Jam v4.7.7 & TL Metal v.1.2.5 are available for download.

Significant effort has been made to optimize the GFX, Jam and Metal workflow on Mac devices built with M1 and M2 processors. One of the main objectives of our team was to implement native support for Apple's latest ARM processors which belong to the M-series.

Our team has succeeded in achieving a sufficient level of stability when running ToneLib applications on these devices. As a result, TL GFX, TL Jam, and TL Metal do not require any external utilities (such as Rosetta 2 system) to function correctly, and these products are able to run on all Mac devices without any limitations.

Additionally, support for the latest MacOS 13.xx Ventura has been implemented.

Particular attention was focused on optimization of ToneLib products workflow in the Windows 11 22H2 system environment. All known peculiarities, issues and functional limitations of the latest system version were considered.

As a result of the efforts our team managed to achieve stable operation of TL GFX, TL Jam and TL Metal on Windows 11 avoiding increased signal delay, loss of sound quality and other frequent bugs.

In addition, minor GUI bugs occurring while rendering and scaling the interface of programs in high resolution on some Linux systems have been fixed.


What's new

  • Support for macOS 13.xx Ventura;
  • Windows 11 22H2 compatibility;
  • M1 and M2 Mac Optimization.

What's fixed

  • Some minor GUI bugs occuring on Windows and Linux;
  • Overall software stability running in VST/Standalone mode;
  • High resolution interface scaling quality for Windows and Linux;
  • Optimize CPU usage.