Assortment of topics worked on this
time around are:
- Native VST support, first drop: effect rack
isn't supported yet and some synths are
misbehaving a bit but it should be usable.
- New type of drum track with easier
- Improved Wave Editor.
- Improved MIDI import/export.
- Longtime weirdness in MusE, song-type is
- Improved: Deicsonze soft synthesizer: Fixed
crash, bugs, added LADSPA plugins.
- Added: Request from forums: Auto-start Jack
upon MusE startup. Command-line disable switch
- Added aftertouch controller handling.
- Piano KB and drum list show coloured dots
when per-pitch controllers exist or have data.
- Improved: Instrument Editor (controller
tab): Redesigned. Fixed MANY bugs.
- Improved: MIDI controller graph 'Ctrl' popup
menus now unified (cascading).
- Improved: built-in templates and removed
lots of unneeded definitions.
- Improved: Velocity graphs. Icon for showing
per-note or all velocities.
- Improved: Piano KB has current selected note
(yellow). For velocity/polyaftertouch/other
- Added 'speaker' icon to drum edit. And drum
list and piano keyboard now obey the 'speaker'
- Improved: Multi-port (aka multi-channel)
MIDI import and export.
- Added Gain knob on channel strip for audio
- Changed WaveTrack and AudioInput to create
mono tracks instead of stereo.
- Added: Informative text on Undo/Redo
buttons/menu text/tooltips ("Undo AddTrack"
- Fixed CR:3567893 Play Event on note
- Bug 3555569, 3555572: New informative ERROR,
WARNING and HINT messages in cmake build script.
- Bug 3555581: No synths listed in Edit menu:
main.cpp: Move initMidiSynth() ahead of MusE.
- Feature request 3565102: FLAC audio file
- Fix for forum topic "Ordering of
- Summer sleep is over! plugins can now be
- Finished the Sysex Editor in the Instrument
- increased zoom range in arranger, reversed
zoom in wave editor.
- Internal fluidsynth and simpledrums search
project dir for missing sounds to ease
portability, and if no sounds are found a load
file dialog is shown.
MusE is a MIDI/Audio sequencer with
recording and editing capabilities written
originally by Werner Schweer now developed and
maintained by the MusE development team. MusE aims
to be a complete multitrack virtual studio for
Linux, it is published under the GNU General Public