Update to Spark ME, LE Plus, and Spark XL 2.7.
New features and fixes:
- Spark now supports the hosting of Mach-O plug-ins.
- Some users have reported experiencing a crash after creating the disk image during the CD burning process. In all tested systems, this appears to be fixed.
- When some devices were set to receive sync from an external clock (such as S/PDIF), Spark would give the message "Sampling Frequency has changed" several times the next time you launched Spark.
- It is now possible to use an Input only device such as an USB Microphone while using the system's default I/O Device for playback.
- Recording is now always triggered at the input, reducing the probability of dropouts during record. (Please note that drop-outs may still occur while monitoring on some I/O Devices.)
- Fixed a crash that appeared when using the iMic.
- Enabled recording with Edirol UA-1D at all supported input sample rates. For sample rates that cannot be managed by the output, monitoring is disabled.
- Fixed an issue when several I/O Devices were present, the OS would not recognize the Edirol UA-1D. Spark will now find the device, even when it cannot be found by the OS.
- When opening the UA-1D recording dialog, the displayed device rate is often 48 kHz even though the sample rate in the audio file is 44.1. After a manual device reset the displayed rate is correct.
- With the Emagic 2|6 / A26, format in Recording Dialog should not be set to "Best", only "16 bit". At 24 bits ("Best"), simultaneous Input / Output is not possible. This issue is hard to detect from within Spark as this is a limitation in the device's firmware. While it is unknown if this will be fixed, Emagic has updated the firmware of other devices that displayed this behavior.
- Spark no longer supports Mac OS Classic with new features.