What's new in Doggiebox

Doggiebox 2.1 (released 12 February 2021) includes a slew of long-awaited under-the-hood improvements to once again support the latest MacOS and newest Macs.

Bugs fixed since 2.0.2:

Songs and drum kits now track their related files in a sandbox-compliant manner. You may be prompted to locate a drum kit the first time you open an existing song.

MacOS 10.9 or newer is now required.

Introducing Doggiebox 2.0

Doggiebox 2.0.2 (released 02 August 2012) included the following improvements:

Doggiebox 2.0.1 (released 15 February 2012) included the following improvements:

Released 22 August 2011, Doggiebox 2.0 is a significant and long-awaited update that brings a number of new features, improvements and bug fixes. Read about upgrading from Doggiebox 1.x, or download now.

The following sections describe the highlights. If you are upgrading, you will find that a number of things have changed.

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Improved song and pattern editing

Improved drum kit editing

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General improvements

Other user interface changes

A number of lesser details have changed slightly, which might be of note if you are upgrading from Doggiebox 1.4.3.

In addition to the above, a numerous assortment of other bugs have also been fixed.

Mac OS X 10.5 or newer is now required.

Songs and drum kits saved with Doggiebox 2.0 are backward-compatible with Doggiebox 1.3.