Hello everyone, the stable release of version 1.2 is here - v1.2.0 aka “keep calm and move to berlin”.
There’s a few new features compared to 1.1.
They were listed in the 1.2.0-RC1 announcement, but let’s review them again.
As the amount of plugins you’re able to install increases, it can sometimes take some time to find what you’re looking for - specially if you’re the type of user that likes to install everything.
Now you have a way to flag your favorite plugins, and they’ll be waiting for you in a new category.
To flag a plugin as favorite just click on its thumbnail on the plugin list at the bottom and then click the star icon near the plugin title.
Tap tempo is now possible as controller addressing type.
Some plugins that have a tempo-based parameter can have it addressed to a controller footswitch, which triggers the tap-tempo mode.
For developers: Plugin parameters need to specify that they support MOD’s tap-tempo mode. See mod:tapTempo.
Zeroconf support (also known as “Bonjour”) means you can now connect to your MOD using http://modduo.local/ instead of using the IP address.
The same URL is used for both USB and Bluetooth network connections.
Note that under some browsers you might need to type the entire http://… address, just typing “modduo.local” might lead you to a google search…
The MOD will report ‘SSH Remote Terminal’ and ‘Web Site’ zeroconf services.
Custom ranges for MIDI CC
Title says it all, you can now set ranges when doing a MIDI learn.
Several minor web interface changes
There’s quite a few small but important changes in the web interface.
- Added ‘see it in action’ button in the plugin information popup
- Bypass L/R text changed to Bypass 1/2
- New icons for ‘new pedalboard’ and ‘browse online pedalboards’
- Show note when selecting MIDI learn about having to click ‘Save’ to activate it
- Remove ‘not installed’ label from the plugin store
There’s quite a few more small changes and tweaks too.
The full changelog is too big for a forum post though.
Visit http://wiki.moddevices.com/wiki/Releases#Release_1.2 to see all changes since v1.1.3.
The next time you open the MOD web interface you’ll receive an update notification.
Just click on the tooltip icon in the bottom-right when that happens, then ‘Download’ and finally ‘Upgrade Now’.
Wait for a few minutes while the MOD updates itself automatically.
We hope you’re enjoying your MOD Duo.
Please let us know of any issues!