This version supports selecting a range from a track, in order to audition, loop, or export a section of your music. It also adds keyboard shortcuts (the cursor keys) for speed and pitch, and complete hi-resolution rendering on Retina or hi-DPI displays. File export is sometimes faster than before and some bugs have been fixed.
This release also officially changes the name of the application from "Rubber Band Audio Processor" to "Rubber Band Audio". Not only is this shorter, it was also the name already used to identify the app in the Mac App Store and website URL even though the longer name appeared throughout the user interface.
This release adds support for saving compressed (m4a) files as well as the uncompressed wav format.
It also contains a new batch mode, which you can use to process a whole directory of files at a time.
This release also fixes a bug in filename encoding handling on export.