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MusE (Multitrack Virtual Studio for Linux)

Release Candidate 2

 

MusE - Multitrack Virtual Studio for Linux

Release Candidate 2 of MusE 2.0 is now available for download (RC1 was released back in November, 2011).

MusE 2.0 Release Candidate 2
Quite a bit of polish has been done in the GUI and some under the hood fixes for various audio and MIDI data handling.

Crunched list of improvements:

  • New super-glue feature.

  • Global Cut: Fixed crashes with markers. Re-did marker section in structure.cpp:adjustGlobalLists().

  • Fixed drag and drop cloning parts - bad reference count in PartCanvas::moveItem().

  • File Open dialog: Start with song data and configuration.

  • New 'Duplicate tracks' Edit action, and dialog. Post-cleanups. TODO: Copy plugins, fix copying parts.

  • Audio strip prefader now controls audio.

  • Fixed: Annoying ladspa browser issues. Leak: Dialog was not destroyed. Sorting. Save complete state.

  • Fixed long-time graphics corruption issue: Large areas of desktop erased to background.

  • New: MIDI routing matrix. No more clumsy routing menu items. Currently for MIDI Track iR and Audio Input iR solo routes.

  • Improved: MIDI ports list now fills automatically at start.

  • List only writeable ports in track list output port column and MIDI track info combo box.

 

  • Jack MIDI devices now save an additional required rwFlags xml tag.

  • MIDI ports dialog: Auto dis/connect the stated default channels when selecting a device.

  • Complete Spanish translation from Cristian Ramos.

  • Improved: Project save dialog: Now has quick save as Template. Separate project/result paths shown. Editable project folder.

  • Added: Project directory in global settings dialog.

  • Changed: In File Dialog, 'User' initial prepend path changed to muse./config path. So user files + templates are shown.

  • Fixed: Template directory changed from /home/templates to muse config directory. Support for old files included.

  • Fixed: DSSI synth audio inputs. This means dssi vocoders, samplers etc. should work now.

  • Re-write: Fixed audio mixing, meter processing. Audio, and meters, for all mono <-> stereo route combinations work sensibly now.

  • Window titles of ladspa and dssi plugins now have track name prefix to help identify them.

  • Added "Unused Devices" menu to the arranger's port popupmenu for rapid device selection.

MusE 2.0 Release Candidate 1

Crunched list of improvements:

  • added sane configuration defaults to muse.

  • added MDI-like and borland-like user interface.

  • improved copy paste with paste dialog.

  • Lots of new internal namespaces e.g. MusEArranger and MusEMixer.

  • GUI widgets with new look, especially in mixer.

  • score editor improvements.

  • reworked MIDI tools.

  • Popup menus: If stay-open mode, space triggers item and double-click simulates return.

  • Changed MIDI track info patch popup behaviour. Now stays open for auditioning patches.

  • Changed editor 'ctrl' controller popups. Split instrument/other (+common controls.) + show ctrl numbers.

  • Changed mouse wheel behaviour in graphical editors except the score editor.

  • Added dialog to remove unused wave files.

  • Changed default imported MIDI song type to GM.

  • + lots more bugs squashed, improvements, code reorganizations.

 


The Event List view shows events in a list format. You can insert, delete, or modify any kind of event, including notes, pitch-wheel data, velocity, MIDI controllers, patch changes, Wave files, lyrics, text strings, MCI commands, System Exclusive meta-events, and more. There are three ways to open the Event List view:  Select one or more tracks and choose View-Event List -- Select one or more tracks and click  in the Views toolbar  -- Right-click a clip in the Clips pane and choose View-Event List from the popup menu  -- The events in the selected tracks are listed one per line, from top to bottom. As you move the highlight through the event list, SONAR updates the Now marker (time display). During playback, the event list scrolls to display the events at the current time. The current event is centered in the Event List during playback, and the highlight is on the correct event when playback stops. Any time you change the Now time, the event list is updated and the highlight is moved to the event that will be played next.  When the Event List view includes more than one track, events are mixed together in chronological order. For example, if you select tracks 1 and 3 when you open the Event List view, you see a single list of intermingled events from tracks 1 and 3. You can have any number of Event List views, each containing any number of tracks, open at the same time. You can change the tracks shown in the Event List view by clicking the  button and choosing the tracks you want.

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