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It's been a minute

It's been a minute since our last release. Longer than usual. Longer than we hoped, frankly. But the good news is that the reason for this hyper-extended release cycle is that we've been hard at work a handful of major changes that represent massive - and in some cases long-anticipated - upgrades to fundamental aspects of the app.

We're not done with this effort, by any stretch. But we are quite close to wrapping up the first - and maybe most labor intensive - of these planned upgrades: a top-to-bottom redesign of the audio analysis engine, including radical improvements to the polyphonic (multi-note) pitch detection. The full engine redesign - polyphonic-specific enhancements included - should be available in the next few weeks, maybe before the end of the year.

But there's no reason to wait for that. Even though we're not quite ready to release all of audio-analysis changes, the components of the framework that are ready to ship already represent a major upgrade to the currently released functionality. So let's ship it.

We'll be releasing those changes in the next few days, and the full analysis engine redesign release should follow soon after that.

To learn more about the changes we've been working on, and preview some of the other topics we're looking at on the short-term product roadmap, read on.

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Why Electron?

A little background on why we choose to build our desktop client applications using Electron.

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The FATpick Technology Stack

Some details about the technologies we use to build FATpick and why they were selected.

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