|Download any version of IX's "Patchbay" here
|23 Jul 2017
|Added some new track commands and machine skin. Also included the (experimental) x64 version in the zip. I should probably change the version number but hey, I never said I was a good dev.
Have you read the manual yet?
|29 Jun 2017
|Fixed a somewhat obscure potential crash issue.
IMPORTANT: If you haven't read the installation notes in the documentation yet, you really should. No, really.
|22 Jan 2016
|Multi-I/O signal routing machine (.NET GUI, native Buzz multi-i/o)
IMPORTANT: Please read the installation notes in the documentation. No, really, I mean it. You actually do need to read it.
|07 Aug 2009
|24 in/24 out signal router. New version features graphical routing dialog and improved performance. Fully compatible with previous version 1.1.
|29 Jan 2009
|24 in/24 out signal router. New version has the ability to store/retrieve multiple patches as well as an improved interface and numerous small fixes and improvements. New dll name due to incompatibility with version 1.0 caused by additional parameters. Note that the standard output is no longer used, all output is via Polac Out II.
|02 Nov 2008
|This machine is a multi-input, multi-output, signal routing machine. Each machine that you connect to PatchBay as an input is assigned to one of the twenty-four input groups (tracks). By default, each new machine is connected to the first unassigned input but any number of machines can be assigned to a single input. PatchBay has twenty-four seperate outputs which you can access by using the Polac Out II machine. Each input can be routed to any combination of those outputs (and also PatchBay's standard output) by using either the outputs dialog or by using track commands in the pattern editor. By default, each input is connected to both the corresponding output and the standard output.