MuLab 6.0.35


MuTools has announced the release of MuLab 6, a new and improved version of the workflow driven modular DAW application for Windows and Mac based computers.
The updated version of MuLab introduces dozens of new features and improvements, from audio engine optimizations to new factory devices and workflow improvements. There’s just too much new stuff to list here, so I suggest that you take a look at the official What’s New In MuLab 6 page for a more detailed description of the new version.

The UL version comes without any limitations, while the Free version supports only four tracks per project and no more than eight VST plugins per project. If the limitations of the Free version are crossed, the application will produce subtle white noise to let the user know that it’s working in demo mode. More information about the different versions of MuLab can be found here.
MuLab was my first DAW ever and it’s still the central part of my live performance setup. The modular back end of this fantastic application allows the users to create all sorts of different instrument and effect chains using 3rd party VST plugins. You can connect all of your favorite plugins with virtual PTCH cables inside the modular editor and then save the setup as a preset for later use.

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The application also includes a rich factory collection of virtual instruments and effects, all of which can be further tweaked under the hood in order to suit your needs perfectly. The individual components such as filters and oscillators sound fantastic on their own, so MuLab is also a great virtual playground for building your own virtual synthesizers and samplers.

M6.0.35 – 15 July 2014


Docked part editors that auto-follow the focused track.
Direct buttons for showing/hiding the browser, mixing desk and session modular area.
New “Export Consolidated Session” function for making a complete session folder for export to another system.
New “Export Tracks As Audio Files” function which exports each main track as a separate audio file.
All rendering-to-audio functions can now be interrupted by pressing ESC.


Audio parts now give you full control over the fade-in and fade-out curves and show these curves on the audio data.
Audio parts: When changing the gain or stereo pan in the part property panel, this is applied to all selected audio parts.
Sequence parts: When changing the transpose or velocity in the part property panel, this is applied to all selected sequence parts.
New “Add New MuSampla Track” function.
New “Insert Time Slice” and “Delete Time Slice” functions.
New “Select Similar Sequence Parts” function.
New “Increase Tempo”, “Decrease Tempo”, “Half Tempo” and “Double Tempo” shortcut functions.

Part Editors

Sequence editor now has two tools: The standard arrow tool (cfr M5) and the pencil tool which makes it easier to quickly insert and delete notes with a single click.
Sequence editor now has an event property panel for quickly changing the (selected) event values in an alternative way. With optimized undo/redo support so to avoid redundant undo/redo steps!
New “Transpose -1”, “Transpose +1”, “Transpose -12”, “Transpose +12” sequence shortcut functions.
Envelope editor now has an envelope point property panel, similar to the event property panel in the sequence editor.
Audio-, sequence- and automation editors now much more clearly indicate the active/inactive region.
Improved Event List Editor: Better layout + events that are outside the actual play region are grayed.
Event Graph Editor: Support for individual note keys, which is handy to select the velocities of a certain key.

MUX Modular

New MuSampla version 2.
Improved MuDrum:
Improved mix-racks.
MuDrum sampler plug-in slots now also have an explicit On/Off button.
MuDrum: Pad editor is switched also when playing the pads.
MultiSampla now has 4 stereo outputs so you can route specific zones to a separate output.
Modular Feedback Delay now has a “Invert Feedback” switch.
Rack slots and module buttons now include a process on/off switch.
Multi-sample editor: Zone editor now integrated as a docked sub-editor.
Added support for note key names e.g. for when a target module defines C3 as “Kick”, D3 as “Snare” etc.
All embedded sample displays (e.g. in MuSampla and in the multi-sample zones) are fully functional now.
New “Focus Previous Rack” and “Focus Next Rack” shortcut functions.
These functions make it possible to also use MuLab as a stage rack with a bunch of preset racks that can be selected via MIDI.


Improved curve editing: Curve edit fields (e.g. in the Audio Balancers) now support direct editing i.e. (alt+) drag up/down to change the curve without having to open the curve editor. Opening the curve editor is done via double-click. Plus other detailed improvements wrt curve editing.
Improved and extended browser functionality.
Added support for saving/reloading the sample markers near the source sample file.
Optimized audio engine which should result in less drop-outs when high CPU load on certain systems.
Many more preferences so to tune MuLab to your flavor.
Improved look and feel.
Improved factory library.
Many more improvements which all together make a big difference. See below.


Added support for a factory Start.MuSession which is opened and auto played on initial startup.
Support for a ‘Focused Track’.
“Add Automation Sub-Track” now also includes Controllers, Pitchbend and Aftertouch.
MultiSampla now also has a Pitch Bend Range control.
All sample editors: The marker displays now include a previous+next marker button.
Right-click on MIDI Focus Module Panel Keyboard (top-right) also includes the “Auto MIDI Input Focus” selector function. (= on / off)
When moving the vertical column dividers in the event list editor, the display was not properly redrawn. Fixed.
When editing a value and you can select the value via a popup list, then the current value now is clearly indicated.
The left sides of audio- sequence- and envelope-editors all have the same width now in all cases. That makes it easier to align editors.
Audio parts now each memorize their own editor position + zoom.
Fixed a problem when dropping a MuClip on the sequence editor.
When adding racks while the music is playing could result in hanging notes. Fixed.
Event Graph Editor: When drawing a line to draw/edit a curve, the line color was always black even on dark backgrounds. Tuned.
Event graph editor: Fixed a problem with selecting velocity beams in certain specific cases.
When double-clicking envelope points, the popup editor didn’t take the part start time into account. Fixed.
A single click on an envelope point does not create an undo step anymore, as that was a redundant undo step.
Sequence editor takes some extra space at the right into account so to easily manage any markers (e.g. loop-end) at the end of the sequence.
“Auto Collapse/Expand Racks” now is a standard context function and not only accessible via shortcut and right-click on the collapse/expand rack button, but also via right-click on mixing desk background.
When focusing modules (e.g. racks), also the modular area reflects that by solo-selecting the focused module.
When switching presets for rack slot modules, in certain situations the rack was not properly updated. Fixed.
Fixed a problem with the User/Settings sub-folder after having manually deleted the User folder as a kind of setup reset.
Improved new recording placement.
Enhanced interaction between the Step Recorder and the Sequence Editor.
VST plugins: When clicking the editor top name display, that popup list will now highlight the current VST program.
Preference names now includes spaces and dashes so to be more readable.
Mixdown Audio split into “Export Composition As Audio File” + “Render Selected Parts As New Sample”.
Fixed a play bug when looping the composition that caused that certain notes (the ones crossing the part’s end) were played upon loop while they should not be played.
When splitting a unique sequence part and the “Standard Copy Part Is Shared Copy” preference is 1 (= yes = true) then the split will use shared sequences.
Ensured that the preferences window never needs horizontal scrolling to read the description.
The “External Audio Editor” setting has been moved to the Preferences.
Optimized composer part management.
Importing MP3 audio files now is interruptible by pressing ESC.
Fixed a nasty crash bug when copy-pasting a MUX device (e.g. MuSynth) inter-session when such MUX device was using samples as well as using effects in the device FX slots.
When using “Save Preset”, “Save Preset As” and “Delete Preset”, the browser now is automatically refreshed.
When recording parts and the part is put on a collapsed track then that track is automatically made visible.
Editors: Shift+click-without-drag on background = select none.
New “Upgrade MuClips” function.
When importing an audio file or sample loop, now the resulting part is put at a better position.
VST plugins’ “Show Initial Delay” function replaced by “Show Info” which shows more info, including the Initial Delay.
Browser now memorizes tree list state in between changing ‘What’.
Browser: Auto Play button moved at left of progress bar + auto play controls are hidden if not applicable to current “What”.
Shortcut manager: Explicit “Add” button.
Audio editor now includes a little display that shows the current cursor time.
Audio editor time bar now shows minutes+seconds instead of frames.
Changing the pre/post switch could result in a lot of audio clicks while dragging the pre/post indicator. Tuned.
More visible log details when scanning VST plug-ins.
When the user settings can’t be saved, an alert box is shown which optionally also opens the relevant doc file.
Saving color presets now uses a more simple name dialog instead of a full featured file browser. This avoids that color preset files are saved on a irrelevant place.
“Main Editor Grid Contrast” and “Piano Key Lanes Contrast” preferences moved from Edit Looks to Edit Preferences.
Browser: “Where” field now shows a tool tip when the text is not fully visible.
Clicking the timebar in the automation envelope editor now snaps the new play position to the selected grid.
When there are tracks with no target module, then moving the play position could result in unexpected controller/parameter changes. Fixed.
Floating windows bar now always shows the option button so that you can close the bar if it’s not needed anymore.
Inserting/removing a modular input/output did not redraw the parent MUX modular area. Fixed.
You can now also drag-drop audio files on the [+] track button which will add new audio/sample tracks.
Fixed an issue when dropping multiple audio files onto the composer.
Oscillator: Octave, Transpose and Fine Tune are now indicated as bipolar parameters.
ADSR: If it’s about a bipolar ADSR then all level parameters are now indicated as bipolar parameters.
ADSR + Multi-Point Envelope: Velocity Sense is indicated as a bipolar parameter.
Multi-sample editor: Several other improvements.
Text string displays: Initial auto select all.
Text string displays: Cursor only visible when focused.
Step recorder fields are more aligned.
Fixed a bug with resetting the MUX preset file cache.
Fixed a bug wrt tooltips while dragging knobs and sliders.
By default the UI focus box is not drawn anymore. It’s still a preference, only the very default has changed.
Removed the DoubleClickDeltaTime preference. Now the double-click delta time preference of the OS is used.
It was possible to accidentally create feedback loops in the modular area. Fixed.
Optimized context menus.
MUX “Deep Editor” renamed to “Modular Area”.
Term “Locator” renamed to “Marker”.
“Edit Looks” renamed to “Edit Colors” and extended that dialog. It also includes all device colors now.
All Mu files will be a bit smaller in size.
Fixed a rare bug which could result in unexpected note lengths when the composition loops from loop-end to loop-start.
Fixed a rare bug in the sequencer engine that could cause audio clicks under high CPU pressure, or even rare crashes.

Fixed a samplerate problem when rendering a sample from the selected parts.



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