admin: First posted on 2016 04 15
mic, 2016 04 15: Orinj assumes that 32-bit data is floating point data and not integer data. However, the software is also not interpreting correctly the wave file formats that should be used for 32-bit data – the first value in the format chunk of the wave file, which should be 1 for integer data (Microsoft PCM uncompressed) and 3 for floating point data (Microsoft IEEE float). Thus, Orinj will try to convert floating point 32-bit wave files and fail, whereas it must be able to work with those directly. Correcting this will require sweeping changes for 32-bit work throughout.
mic, 2016 04 18: This was corrected with version 2.5.4 of Orinj, which was uploaded to this site on April 15, 2016. Now, all work with 32-bit data will use the Microsoft IEEE float format and any files using other formats for 32-bit data will be converted to what Orinj can use. There are minor changes to the device properties dialog, session properties dialog, the format of the loop mix, the recording of MIDI files to waves, any conversion of wave files, and mixing of 32 bit data.