I don’t feel the urge to defend Audirvana, but I get annoyed when people expect from others higher level of excellence than the one they usually provide in their line of business. Even worse, they somehow feel entitled to it just because they payed some 70 bucks.
I develop software for living and I know how hard it is and how sometimes despite your best efforts something creeps through the testing and you have a problem. It’s also sometimes better to think it through before rushing the fix that doesn’t really fix the problem and possibly create other issues. This is what probably happened here, we had couple of releases in quick succession. Let them work now in peace so you can have your fix as soon as possible.
Over time there were issues with pretty much every software vendor out there. Even with stuff that is much more critical than app to play music. You can get outraged as much as you want but that won’t speed things up.