From: Christopher James McKenzie <mckenzie@cs...> - 2007-06-06 19:25:23
My name is Chris McKenzie and I have been using lmms for a while now.
In as far as I have seen, there appear to be substantial bugs in the
program. I would like to fix these, but only if the people managing the
SVN are willing to accept and review submissions from some unknown person.
Here are a few things that I want to fix, in precendence:
1. Exporting files generates lots of clicks and white noise.
The sound sample, http://qaa.ath.cx/scifi.wav.mp3 for instance isn't
clean, nor is it clipping. I haven't looked into how to fix this in
code yet, but I would like to submit the code once I fix it.
I have needed to tax lmms to do this, but whenever I am working on
something substantial, having the program crash is almost to be
expected. This brings about the next feature
I see it's in the to do, but I would like it done - and I'll do it
It simply doesn't work. In my experience, it throws random notes some
where in the score.
5. Grid alignment
When selecting a large group of notes and moving them, I am often
dismayed to find that they were put 1/32nd off. That resolution should
be locked to the global resolution that is set. Anything else is just
6. Attack and fade of notes
I would like to be able to increase and decrease the loudness of notes
using a line drawing tool between two notes over some sequence.
There is a number of other things I can't think of right now. But these
have been the most annoying. If I were to fix these (I'd set time
estimates etc..), would my fixes be welcomed?
Am Mittwoch 06 Juni 2007 21:25:19 schrieb Christopher James McKenzie:
> My name is Chris McKenzie and I have been using lmms for a while now.
> In as far as I have seen, there appear to be substantial bugs in the
> program. I would like to fix these, but only if the people managing the
> SVN are willing to accept and review submissions from some unknown person.
Of course :) Currently we lack manpower so all help is welcome.
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