Capo, the renowned app for Mac that helps you learn your favorite songs, has received an update with several important enhancements. These updates include an interface more in line with OS X Yosemite, a new metronome, and more.
In Capo 3.3, you'll find that the piano sample used to play back the app's dedicated beats and chords has been replaced with a new acoustic guitar sample,
Here are the most important enhancements in this release.
- General UI Improvements! We've flattened up the UI for Yosemite while still retaining some visual compatibility with Mavericks
- New "Drag Song Here" window with a nifty loading animation
- We gutted and overhauled the 'Welcome Window' and removed the in-app video playback
- Restored the ability to display the current time in the Heads-Up Display. Click on the current time in the display to switch between bars/beats and time
- Related to the above, you can also "Go to" a specific time by choosing Command > Go To Time… from the main menu. This command is mapped to Command-Shift-G unless something else is already bound to that keystroke
- Improved the metronome sounds using the same samples that were created for iOS. They're now louder and clearer than what we had before
- Changed the piano feedback sound to an acoustic guitar to better match the feedback heard in the iOS version of Capo
- Capo now shows the status of the Music Information Retrieval process in the Heads-Up Display area, so you can see the progress of the waveform, spectrogram, chord detection, etc. processes
- Capo now (finally) reveals its project folder in iCloud Drive
- You may now restore the default key bindings in the Edit Commands window
Capo 3.3 also fixes a number of bugs, including some crashes caused by invalid audio files. You can download the update for Capo for Mac from the Mac App Store right now
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