Date of release: 08/08/2019

Systemwide

  • Default output device take-over logic updated. Systemwide will stay the default system output device by default. When new system output device is selected, Systemwide will take-over and calibrate the new device. This can be disabled in Systemwide Settings -> Audio. When feature disabled, a new alert is implemented when system output device is changed. This too can be disabled from Systemwide Settings -> Notifications. For more info regarding this feature please see this article.
  • New alert when other apps take exclusive access to the audio device that is currently active in Systemwide. Alert can be disabled from the alert itself or by visiting Systemwide Settings -> Notifications
  • Alerts in dark theme have been updated with the dark theme colors as well
  • Latency menu expanded further, showing Internal Buffer, Internal Processing and Output Device latency
  • Test tones normalized between left and right channels
  • Added alert that informs user that the audio playback engine can’t be started and a new button in Systemwide Settings -> Audio t
  • hat restarts the engine
  • [Win] Added support for Windows 1903 update
  • [Win] Added support for multi-channel format devices (configured with more than 2 channels)
  • Peak indicators added for the level meters
  • Added a new view in the setup guide that prompts users to return to Systemwide after launching Measure
  • Log files older than 7 days are now automatically deleted on Systemwide launch
  • Removed the timer for “New device found” alert – now it will be open indefinitely, until the user acts on it. Alert can be disabled by using the checkbox in the alert itself or by visiting Systemwide Settings -> Notifications
  • Safe headroom now turns on by default when loading a profile in an empty state
  • Some scaling issues fixed for multiple display setups
  • Some missing hover states for buttons implemented
  • [OSX] Target curve switching performance updated
  • [OSX] Fixed a bug that caused Systemwide to close very slowly
  • [Win] Fixed a bug which caused Systemwide to misbehave when unsupported devices are connected. Problem was caused by devices that have a Mono Audio Channel setup in Windows Speaker Setup.
  • [OSX] Fixed a bug that caused HDMI and Thunderbolt devices to appear by their connection type instead of device name
  • [OSX] Fixed a random volume spike when launching on boot
  • [OSX] Fixed a bug regarding clock sources for some audio devices that caused audio artifacts
  • [OSX] Fixed volume logic in cases when switching to a device with a different sample rate
  • [OSX] Fixed a rare bug that crashed Systemwide when tray icon clicked
  • Fixed a crash that occurred when updating to 4.3 and migrating settings

Plugin

  • When pressing “Add headphones” in Plugin, Systemwide is opened in the HP selection screen. Selected headphone profile is automatically loaded in the Plugin.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented Reference license activation from Plugin in Avid Pro Tools

Measure

  • 3 new alerts implemented in the speaker distance measurement stage in the following cases:
    • Mono signal detected from speakers
    • User is standing at the wrong speaker or speakers are set up in reverse
    • No signal from left or right speaker
  • When Measure crashes a link to the log file is displayed, making it more convenient for the user to report the issue to Sonarworks support team
  • Fixed a bug during activation that caused incorrect email address processing if special characters included
  • Fixed a bug that allowed multiple instances of Measure to be opened when launching from Plugin or Systemwide
  • Fixed a bug that caused microphone calibration data to appear incorrectly