Frinika 0.5.1 fixes some annoying bugs of 0.5.0 - which was never announced in the public. New features and fixes are too many to mention here.. Check it out - and also try out the new webstart at frinika.com
In addition to all new features from beta1 and 2 (Toot mixer, prerendering, mod import, etc.), this release has a new notation editor and a lot of bugfixes.
A major upgrade, here are some of the new fetaures:
* Soft synth/audio mixer (Toot)
* Tighter integration with RasmusDSP (RasmusDSP scripts directly in Frinika)
* Lot’s of GUI enhancements
* New Midi editing tools
* Soft synth prerendering
* MOD S3M IT XM import
* …. and much more .. (see the entire changelog: http://frinika.cvs.sourceforge.net/frinika/frinika/CHANGELOG?view=markup\)
Highlights of this release are recording to audio tracks, full soundfont support using RasmusDSP, tracker editor improvements and lot's of fixes and tweaks. Have fun!
This is mainly a bugfix release, but a new and noteworthy feature is that the sampler now also can record in Stereo :)
From the changelog:
- Some Windows: Now able to click "Apply" on Audio out device settings - lineOut.drain() hanged on my newly installed windows xp. Might be the reason on the similar reported bug for Win2K
- MySampler RecorderGUI didn't show on Windows - now it does
- Possibility to select audio in device in mySampler (not only the first)... read more
Proudly presenting Frinika-0.2.0 - a major upgrade now making Frinika a true hybrid of modern sequencing and Amiga-soundtracker style tracking. Highlights of this release are: Partview - piano roll and support for external mididevices. This release is brought to you by Paul J. Leonard and Peter J. Salomonsen.
Most bugs from the pre-releases are fixed, so this should now be considered the stable version. Some 0.1 series features has yet not been reimplemented such as save/load gear - this feature (and others) will be reimplemented probably for 0.2.1.
Proudly presenting the prerelease of Frinika-0.2.0 - a major upgrade now making Frinika a true hybrid of modern sequencing and Amiga-soundtracker style tracking. Highlights of this release are: Partview - piano roll and support for external mididevices. This release is brought to you by Paul J. Leonard and Peter J. Salomonsen.
This release adds a new Synth based on bezier curves and undo/redo functionality. JACK audio connection kit is now also supported for Linux on AMD64. Further there are now more audio device tuning parameters - for flexibility and individual tuning on specific systems. Some GUI decoration, and special GUI features are also added.
This release added an ultra-low latency switch for adjusting the CPU intensity needed for extreme low latencies. It is now possible to export one WAV file per track. A peak level indicator and master panel and master volume controls were added. Audio stability and low latency fixes were made. A sine waveform was implemented in Analogika. An issue where Analogika didn't load LoPassSustain settings was fixed.
New features are more midi editing functions, metronome and optimization..
Frinika is a free, complete music workstation software for Linux, Windows, Mac OSX Tiger and other operating systems running Java 1.5 (J2SE5.0). It features sequencer, soft-synths, realtime effects and audio recording.
This release is a prerelease of the coming 0.1.5 release. New features are midi editing functions, metronome and optimization