So it's summer, they say.
White bright and light pastel colors sparkling on every corner and turn. Cheesy and silly season, they say. Alas, southerners don't apply. Sorry about that. Of course I mean the hemisphere, obviously.
For whom it might concern, all anxiety has come to an end.
It all relates back to this last May 3, when a not-so-formal meeting (aka. workshop) took place while during LAC2014@ZKM-Karlsruhe, where some pertinent and undeniable requests were dodged and framed to a "soonish" implementation. And guess what?
Yup, the "soonish" are no more, or so I think.
Qtractor 0.6.2 (boson walk beta) is out!
Perhaps an additional word is due though, about the riddling code-names that are branding the post-TYOQA beta releases. They have no personal nor logical sense, I assure you. Perfectly arbitrary now. Everything in life and the universe is way more unconventional than just a name.
Without further assay.
Qtractor is an audio/MIDI multi-track sequencer application written in C++ with the Qt4 framework. Target platform is Linux, where the Jack Audio Connection Kit (JACK) for audio and the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) for MIDI are the main infrastructures to evolve as a fairly-featured Linux desktop audio workstation GUI, specially dedicated to the personal home-studio.
- Plugins activation MIDI controller / automation (NEW)
- LV2 UI Idle and Show (>= Qt5) interface support (NEW)
- Discrete editing of automation curve node values (NEW)
- Missing audio/MIDI files and plugins warning message (NEW)
- MIDI note drawing on tempo-map changes (FIX)
- Automation curves re-adjusted to tempo-map changes (FIX)