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AlsaModularSynth (ams) 2.1.1 released

AlsaModularSynth (ams) is a MIDI controlled realtime modular synthesizer and effect processor with support for LADSPA and JACK.

This is a "my birthday" bug fix release also providing some enhancements:

ams-2.1.1 (2014-04-01)

Fixed Bugs
o Fix crash on loading patches with missing LADSPA libraries.

New Features
o SIGTERM handler.
o NSM support (programmed by Roy Vegard Ovesen)
o Mouse hover port highlighting.
o Full screen mode view (F11).... read more

Posted by Guido Scholz 2014-04-01

AlsaModularSynth 2.1.0 released

AlsaModularSynth is a MIDI controlled realtime modular synthesizer and effect processor with support for LADSPA and JACK.

After several years of collecting fixes and enhancements the new release provides a long list of changes:

ams-2.1.0 (2014-03-15)

Fixed Bugs
o Linker error "undefined reference to symbol 'dlsym@@GLIBC_2.2.5'"
on Fedora 13.
o Crash on using looped signal paths
o Armel compile error (debian #570848)
o Prevent crash if jack handle is NULL (lp #553366)
o Fix preferences dialog to show current color setup
o Fix broken Yes/No/Cancel response on program exit
o Fix memory leak in preferences widget
o Fix triggered reset of LFO saw signals, patch provided by Bill
Yerazunis
o Reorganized commandline options for input and output to
be valid for Alsa and JACK... read more

Posted by Guido Scholz 2014-03-15

QMidiRoute 0.3.0 released

Dear all,
on behalf of the QMidiRoute development team, I'm pleased to announce
the release of QMidiRoute 0.3.0.

QMidiRoute is a MIDI event processor and router for the ALSA sequencer
with a graphical interface based on the Qt toolkit. QMidiRoute is
available under the GNU General Public License.

Special thanks for this release go to Frank Kober for his effort.

Changes
-------

qmidiroute-0.3.0 (2009-09-20)... read more

Posted by Guido Scholz 2009-09-20

QARecord 0.5.0 release

QARecord is a simple but solid recording tool. It works well
with stereo and multichannel recordings, supporting ALSA and JACK interfaces and in both 16 bit and 32 bit mode. By using a large ringbuffer for
the captured data, buffer overruns are avoided. It has a Qt based GUI with graphical peak meters.

Changes:
qarecord-0.5.0 (2009-08-30)

New Features
o Multi channel support
o While starting a new recording an existing file is automatically
renamed
o File auto-split during recording if size of recorded file reaches a
configurable limit
o Status label added (showing "recording", "paused" or "stopped")
o Configurable minimum of VU-meter
o Buttons are disabled when clicking them makes no sense
o File/New dialog remembers last used directory
o File names automatically extended to .wav
o Application icon
o French, German and Swedish translation
o Manual pages in English, French and German
o Keyboard shortcuts for GUI items... read more

Posted by Guido Scholz 2009-08-30

CVS-Head has been ported to qt4

There may be some rough edges still.
CVS-proof Developers / DIY-Builders:
test it and feed the Bug Tracker!

Posted by Karsten 2007-06-21

AMS 1.8.8 RC1

Alsa Modular Synthesizer 1.8.8 RC1

1. intro
2. what's new
3. how to build
4. future, maybe a roadmap

1. intro

In 2007 Karsten Wiese and Malte Steiner resurrected the AMS project to continue development.
Now we proudly present the first release since 2004, the version 1.8.8 RC1. Everything runs fine on our computers but we would like AMS users to try this version and to report, maybe on the ams-user mailing list or bug tracker at sourceforge, when something is broken or patches sound suddenly different.... read more

Posted by Malte Steiner 2007-04-27

AMS 2007

AMS is ressurected and I did some work on several aspects like usebility and efficiency. There is no 1.8.8 release yet but soon it will be ready. You might try to compile AMS from CVS to enjoy the latest improvements anyway and I would be glad to get feedback.
I will be in Berlin on Linux Audio Conference and maybe we will meet there.

Malte Steiner

Posted by Malte Steiner 2007-03-21