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demo_seqlfo.qmax 2013-10-26 49.1 kB 11 weekly downloads
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yoshimi_seqlfo.xmz 2012-11-17 3.1 MB 33 weekly downloads
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INFO about yoshimi_seqlfo.xmz: This is a yosimi/zynaddsubfx patch file that goes along with the /usr/share/qmidiarp/demo_seqlfo.qmax demo file you'll find after installing qmidiarp. Connecting qmidiarp output port 1 to yoshimi with that xmz loaded gives a nice combination example of sequence and sounds qmidiarp-0.5.1 (2012-11-17) New Features o Global Storages have new features accessible through right-click on each storage location. You can choose if at pattern end another storage location is automatically selected and create dynamic pattern sequences. o Global Storage now has a position pacman indicator for each module o Clicking on the top button in the global store window now raises the selected module window o When Jack is not available at program start, show a message window o Introduce semitone shifts in Arp patterns (request 3574549 by gionnico) o Allow repetition of the 0 note within chords to stack notes when only a single note is played on the keyboard (request 3574549 by gionnico) o The module input-output panels on the left can now be hidden, this leaves some more space when running several modules side-by-side Fixed Bugs o When starting from scratch, qmidiarp sometimes didn't start with internal clock o When editing an arp pattern while running, qmidiarp crashed when the pattern length reached zero o Deleting the last module sometimes crashed qmidiarp o Trigger mode sometimes caused hanging when a new note was received o Global Storage locations did not get updated when module names changed General Changes o There have been many changes toward realtime compatibility under the hood. In particular, there are no more memory allocations/frees in the realtime component. o LFO Waveforms with high resolutions and lengths appear with finer streaks o The Mute state of each module is no longer changed when a parameter restore is done o Overall CPU usage should be slightly reduced
Source: readme, updated 2012-11-21