From: Robert Jonsson <robert.jonsson@da...> - 2003-11-06 22:55:12
This announcement is to inform you that a new version of MusE (0.6.2) has just
MusE is a multitrack virtual studio for Linux based on audio and midi
Brief list of features:
- MIDI sequencer with:
- drum editor
- score editor
- Integrated softsynths
- Support for external MIDI equipment
- Audio sequencing with:
- LADSPA plugins
- Alsa output/input
- Jack output/input
- LADCCA support
- MusE is translated to Russian, Spanish, French and Swedish.
* For screenshots and more information, check the homepage.
Release 0.6.2 has a large number of improvements and bugfixes, current users
are encouraged to upgrade.
Changes since 0.6.1 include:
- Many many usability improvements in Arranger, Drum editor and Piano roll,
including lots of new shortcuts.
- Vastly improved FluidSynth integration.
- Some new documentation (still way too little though).
- Lots of bugfixes, including velocity event handling, saveAs, LADSPA path,
- Improved RT performance.
- 64bit arch fixes.
- and lots more, check the ChangeLog.
For some demo tracks that are made with MusE check here:
(with many thanks to the author and MusE hacker, Mathias Lundgren)
Last but not least, MusE recently moved!
MusE is now available at http://lmuse.sourceforge.net.
/The MusE development team
Will CVS/omuse will be used further?
======= On Fri November 7 2003 01:58, Robert Jonsson wrote: =======
This announcement is to inform you that a new version of MusE (0.6.2) has
just been released.
From: Robert Jonsson <robert.jonsson@da...> - 2003-11-07 17:37:49
fredagen den 7 november 2003 00.53 skrev andrew:
> Will CVS/omuse will be used further?
The plan is that CVS/omuse will not be used anymore.
There are however lots of changes in CVS/muse so it will take a long time
before it will be usable.
> ======= On Fri November 7 2003 01:58, Robert Jonsson wrote: =======
> This announcement is to inform you that a new version of MusE (0.6.2) has
> just been released.
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