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JSynthLib - A universal MIDI editor and librarian Description =========== JSynthLib is a universal MIDI editor and librarian. The project aims to support as many MIDI enabled devices as possible. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the GPL license. See the file LICENSE for more further details. WWW Site ======== Development Home Page http://sourceforge.net/projects/jsynthlib/ Installation instruction ======================== Step 1: Java Runtime Environment Make sure you have the J2SE JRE (Java Runtime Environment) or JDK (Java Development Kit) which supports Java 1.6 or later. If you do not have it, you can download it from http://java.sun.com/. If you plan to develop a Java program (for example a JSynthLib driver for your synth), you need the JDK. Otherwise you just need the JRE. Step 2: Installing JSynthLib Microsoft Windows Download JSynthLib-<version>-setup.exe and run the installer GNU/Linux Download jsynthlib-<version>-executable.jar Mac OS X Download JSynthLib-<version>.dmg and drag JSynthLib.app to your Applications folder Step 3: Invoking JSynthLib Microsoft Windows Shortcut to JSynthLib has been installed in the start menu GNU/Linux Run JSynthLib.jar by typing java -jar jsynthlib-<version>-executable.jar from a shell prompt. Mac OS X Run the JSynthLib app from the Applications menu Make sure the selected MIDI ports are prefixed with 'CoreMidi' in the configuration window (see below). Step 4: Configuring JSynthLib Go to Window->Preferences and set preferences (such as look and feel, default file directories, default MIDI port, etc.) as you wish. Go to Window->Preferences->Synth Drivers to add and configure the synthesizers you want to use with JSynthLib. Please refer to the in application help for more details. ChangeLog for JSynthLib ======================= Note: ChangeLog started after release 0.20.0! The first logged changes are the ones from version 0.19 to 0.20. *********** Release 1.0 *********** System tests have been written (Windows only) Switched to Maven project structure and dependency management Installer based Windows installation New synth drivers: - Behringer V-Amp 2 - Emu Proteus/2 - Roland D.50 - Roland JD-800 - Roland MKS-7 - Roland SPD11 - T.C. Electronics GMajor - T.C. Electronics M350 - Yamaha SY77 - Yamaha SY85 - Yamaha UB99 ************ Release 0.20 ************ New synth drivers: - Alesis DM5 - Behringer FCB1010 - Line 6 BassPod - Line 6 Pod 2 - Quasimidi Quasar - Roland JV-80 - Waldorf Microwave 2 (XT/XTK) -> Librarian only - Yamaha TG-100
Source: README, updated 2014-02-16