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  1. Till now the is only SoX filter in the beta6, no izotope, don’t know if it will be in after. For myself i don’t upsample, i keep it simple 😀
  2. Sound was good and still is 😀 issues? Yes bugs to adjust, ee are at beta 6 now
  3. Izotope on Mac is still there in last version of A+ 3.2.15
  4. @damien78 won’t answer that anymore or he might be fired from the company 😀 you should see the link here soon i guess
  5. Did the 3 steps in management database... Scrolling mouse with 3200 albums is still lagging a bit, but more fluid then b3...
  6. beta 4 is out with the database management... was maybe a bit faster defragmenting the database compare to 3.2, but the size didn't change to lower size, like it was on 3.2.x
  7. This, can be only answered by you i guess. I was pretty sick this week, might test more this weekend, but at first sight, for answering Damien, i thought the soundstage was more near me and more fuller ambiance... But was it suggestive? I love the sound of my music with A+, it is not worse from 3.2.x for sure
  8. Thank you, i just wanna try it... i set it up with SoX default and upsample to DSD128 have a Sabre chip too... but always get music stop for a second randomly before, so usually i stay with the file native playing All that minimum, linear phase, steepness, pre-ring, doesn't ring a bell for me, too complicated
  9. Till today, there is no Izotope in 3.5beta, you have played with the SoX settings too?
  10. Changed text in 3.5 thread 😀
  11. Since Damien will start public beta tomorrow, I'll start a v3.5 new thread
  12. Since Damien will start public beta tomorrow, I'll start a v3.5 new thread
  13. Hello, Since Damien will start beta semi public (need registration) tomorrow of his 3.5 version, i thought it would be good to have a new thread for it For those enrolled in it, you should start by shutting down your old version of A+ and copy your Software in applications folder, your preferences of it and your 3.2.x database, just in case you wanted to go back Apple hide the Home Folder in User Library at some time depending on OS System... When you have clicked your Home Folder, and cannot see the Library Folder in there, just do a ''cmd J'' to show the folder settings preferences and see at the bottom... click Show Library Folder and then you'll have access to the rest forever. Copy application Audirvana Plus from the Applications folder with ALT key to make a second copy... It will have a 2 number at the end. Drag it out and save it to a new folder. Now delete the copy in Applications folder you just made. You're back like you were before... Go to User... Home Folder... Library... Applications Support... Audirvana Folder... Copy the file AudirvanaPlusDatabase.sqlite (that is your database of music) to your new folder with the copy of the software you just made. Go to User... Home Folder... Library... Preferences... Copy com.audirvana.Audirvana-Plus.plist in that folder (those are A+ software preferences) again to the new folder you made for backup old 3.2 version. So now, you have 3 things backed up.... The Application 3.x.x, the database and your preferences. Now check for update within application menu It will create a new database file with a V2 in the name... the old will still be there, but for myself i remove it just to not have things happen between the two. you can leave it here if you want, since you have made a backup anyway... Happy music!
  14. On mac version you have buttons in prefs panel for connecting directly...
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