From: alex stone <compose59@gm...> - 2010-09-28 01:01:47
On Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 1:02 AM, Robert Jonsson <spamatica@...> wrote:
> Friends, MusE 1.1 is here!
> MusE is a combined midi and audio sequencer which tries
> to cover most bases for the linux computer studio.
> MusE is one of the oldest sequencers on the Linux audio scene and is
> today a very stable open source solution for everyday music making.
> This release adds some new features, lots of bugfixes and a bunch
> of usability improvements.
> MusE : http://muse-sequencer.org
> * Jack midi support.
> * Allow native VST guis for plugins
> * Audio and midi routing popup menus now stay open, for making rapid
> * MusE now has two mixers, with selectable track type display.
> * External midi sync fixes and improvements, should be very stable
> * Some pianoroll improvements
> * Some crash fixes
> * Drum editor fixes
> * Various arranger fixes and improvements
> * Various improvements for plugin guis
> * Routing fixes
> * Stability fixes for plugins
> * Various DSSI fixes
> * Rec enabled track moves with selection when only one track is rec enabled
> * Jack midi, routing system, multichannel synth ins/outs, midi strips
> and trackinfo pane.
> * Dummy audio driver: Added global settings for sample rate and period size.
> * Arranger track list: Quick 'right-click' or 'ctrl-click' or
> 'ctrl-mouse-wheel' toggling of Track On/Off.
> * Allow changing timebase master
> * Option to split imported midi tracks into multiple parts.
> * Several new keyboard shortcuts for various operations, see shortcut editor
> * Several colour tweaks and other cosmetic changes
> * Various stability fixes
> * Countless fixes and tweaks, about a 300 lines in the Changelog,
> check it for a complete list of blood sweat and tears
> [What is MusE again?]
> MusE is multitrack virtual studio with support for:
> * Midi
> * jack midi
> * internal softsynths, including soundfont player FluidSynth
> and sample player Simple Drums
> * DSSI softsynths, including VST instruments
> * with a patch to DSSI, VST-chunks are handled
> * Drum editor
> * Pianoroll
> * Conventional arranger
> * midi automation
> * and lots more
> * Audio
> * Jack
> * Jack transport
> * LADSPA plugins
> * VST plugins through dssi-vst
> * audio automation, old sch00l
> * and lots more
> For a complete list of changes, check the ChangeLog in
> the package or online at the sourceforge site:
> Keep on rocking!
> The MusE team
> Linux-audio-dev mailing list
Robert, thanks for the update.