Pure Vinyl 4

Pure Vinyl 4 is a major update with over 40 new features and performance enhancements compared to Pure Vinyl 3.13 (in addition to dozens more new enhancements in the Preview Release of the next major Pure Music update, also included with Pure Vinyl 4).
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Pure Vinyl 4.03 May 4, 2014
- Added "Add Tags in iTunes" option to tag AIFF output rendered files with artist / album / track name information
- Added dither option to track rendering
- Added Cancel button to Open Recording... Load Album album list window
- Slightly adjusted positioning of Render Tracks window
- Fixed regression issue keeping Rumble Filter from being configured to be below 22 Hz
- Incorporated simplified playback dithering options and improved dither from Pure Music 2 Preview
- Removed / renamed embedded strings to reflect Pure Vinyl 4
- Corrected issue that could cause the album side mark-out to be positioned too far from end of side
- Corrected issue that could cause tracks towards the end of an album side in a track list to be ignored during automatic track location
- Updated documentation

Pure Vinyl 4.01 April 9, 2014
- Finer - grained control for LOOP stylus position adjust
- Automatic Gain Riding control for LOOP mode
- Automatically Loop after stylus for OUT, loop before stylus for IN (configurable)
- Option to prepend track number when rendering track files, with different format choices
- Updated documentation

New in Pure Vinyl 4.0 April 2, 2014
- Simplified Recording Setup user interface, eliminating unnecessary or redundant options (primarily for Triggering and output options)
- When in Track Edit mode, tonearm now also shows time from beginning of selected track
- More robust handling of vinyl track Bookmarks
- New Album List window to show all recorded albums; can click to open a recording from the list (avoids having to find album(s) in Finder)
- Reveal In Finder command for recordings listed in Album List window
- New Sound Looping for fine-tuning track cue points in the Editor
- Improved triggering with reduced incidence of false stylus lift detection
- Relaxed requirement of having unique volume names for music storage volumes
- Simplified the Rendering window, with Advanced options hidden by default
- Improved performance of Auto recording trigger level button
- New Jump To Album Side menu command
- Improved performance of Auto Track Finder (improved immunity to pop / click noises)
- Improved clarity of cue guide images for Raw recordings
- Shows filtered waveform for Raw recordings, makes finding silence between tracks easier
- New editor Snap Stylus To Track feature, for much faster and easier track locating when editing manually
- New editor Tidy Tail feature, automatically trims silence at ends of tracks
- New editor Link... feature moves track cue-out to cue-in position of next track
- New editor Copy... feature copies stylus position to selected track marker
- Automatically uses Auto-Scale on waveform in track MODIFY mode
- Improvements and bug fixes to track MODIFY mode
- New Track List feature: can enter a track list during recording; the track names automatically will be filled in when adding tracks; if track times are included, tracks will automatically be created, using Auto Track Finder snap-to-track feature
- New Time Remaining feature: Uses track timings from Track List to estimate time remaining on an album side during recording, to help anticipate getting ready to lift stylus (no more peeking to see how many tracks to go? during recording)
- New Show Current Track While Recording feature: Uses track timings and track names from Track List to attempt to determine the name of the current track being recorded, and automatically display the name of the track in the meter bar
- Optionally override Tidy Tail or Automatic Track Finder on per-track basis using special flags in Track Lists
- New Render Each Album Side as Single Track option (doesn't require creating an encompassing side track)
- New Normalize Using Per-Track Peak Levels rendering option
- New ITU 1776 LKFS Perceived Loudness Measurement for rendering tracks to reference loudness
- AIFF output option for track rendering
- Channel D ZEPHRRĘ ZEro PHase Rumble Reduction filter (continuous-time IIR rumble filter with zero phase shift), up to 48 dB / octave slope with adjustable cutoff frequency
- Double clicking the .pvinfo file in Finder opens album (this could fail under certain conditions in previous versions of Pure Vinyl)
- Automatically plays albums when opening a new album by double-clicking the .pvinfo file, if the vinyl player was already playing
- Can preset the side and track to seek to / play when a recording is opened
- Changes to rumble filter and compensation filter gain are automatically saved to the .pvinfo sidecar file
- Improved import of recordings created with other software (imports recordings as single-sided albums)
- Optional adjustable 64 bit distortion-free pitch / time shift when performing sample rate downconversion to 44.1 kHz (this feature will be enhanced further in the future)
- New 48 dB / octave quasi - Linkwitz - Riley crossover filter option
- Multi-byte characters filtered in Artist / Album names in Recording Setup dialog
- If a directory name in the path to a vinyl track Bookmark is changed, makes more effort to find and play the referenced recording (provided the .pvinfo sidecar file is kept in the same location as the recording)
- Fixed a problem keeping single-key commands from working
- Incorporates preview release of Pure Music Version 2, which includes dozens of improvements, new features and performance enhancements (much, much more to come in the final version of Pure Music Version 2)