First of all, the Preferences window is newly designed.
In addition to the design, several new options are now supported.
Enable/disable automatic tagging Default [Set Favorite] action in the Sample List view Opt+drag to copy exported samples in the Sample List view Apply audio units when exporting with the drag button in the Audio Player view
Also, overall code optimizations and UI improvements are also applied:)
In Samplism v1.9.7, the exporting/collecting features becomes more optimized on Apple Silicon Macs.
According to our test,
Exporting all built-in Apple Loops libraries (30557 samples in 46 libraries) on M1 Mac Mini is
3.8x faster than on the previous version.
You may think that releasing a new cool feature is more important than this kind of things, but we believe that optimization is the best we should care about.
Of course, we’re currently working really hard for great new features:)
The waveform view becomes more free. Coming soon.
Samplism now supports navigating samples on a directory-basis in the Library List view.
A huge leap forward for the Library List view!!!
We’re currently working on a great new feature. Guess what?
We use a lot of apps in developing our apps. Here are the list of apps we frequently use. We prefer macOS built-in apps to third-party apps:)
2. Terminal (macOS built-in App)
4. Screenshot (macOS built-in App)
We use sqlite3 to manage the Samplism database.
We are a big fan of Ableton Live.
The best all-in-one DAW on the planet.
Our favorite audio editing app for Mac.
All our Youtube videos are created using Final Cut Pro.
We think that QuickTime is the best free app for screen recording.
In spite of some critical drawbacks, Atom is our most favorite text editor.
Our another favorite text editor. We think that Visual Studio Code is far better than Atom for many reasons. But the only reason that we prefer Atom to Visual Studio Code is that we’re more used to Atom:(
All icons in Samplism are created using Sketch.
All images about our apps are created using Pixelmator Pro. We prefer Pixelmator Pro rather than Photoshop.
1. MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2017)
2. iMac 5K (27-inch, 2015)
3. Mac Pro (2013)
4. Mac Mini (2018)
Keyboards are one of the most important things for development. Especially, we do love mechanical keyboards.
1. Leopold FC750R PD (Cherry Blue switch)
2. Leopold FC900R Swedish (Cherry Blue switch)
3. Realforce R2 Tenkeyless
4. Apple Magic Keyboard
We have used a lot of mice from various companies in the past. To us, Logitech gaming mouse is the best for development on Mac.
1. Logitech G903
2. Logitech G703
3. Logitech G304
4. Logitech POWERPLAY
So many features to implement! That’s why we’re working really hard every day:)