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The QStuff* Early-Spring'23 Release batch #1


And here goes the first batch of the QStuff*: QjackCtl, Qsynth, Qsampler, QXGEdit, QmidiCtl and QmidiNet, are now released for this Early-Spring'23 season. Enjoy.

qpwgraph v0.4.1 - A Late Winter'23 Release

Hi everyone,
It's just about time to put this critter on the front page... sorry for the (long) delay ;)

qpwgraph v0.4.1 (late-winter'23) is out!

For the clueless:

qpwgraph is a graph manager dedicated to PipeWire, using the Qt C++ framework, based and pretty much like the same of QjackCtl.

Qtractor 0.9.31 - A Winter'23 Release

Hello again,

Qtractor 0.9.31 (winter'23) is out!


  • Fixed a off-by-one rounding error on MIDI clip offset and lengths that were leaving some clips unlinked on load.
  • LXVST_PATH environment variable now accrues to VST_PATH for Linux-native VST2 plug-ins search path and not taking over in precedence anymore.
  • Fixed an old mistake on custom aliased CLAP and VST3 plugin paths.

Vee One Suite 0.9.29 - A Winter'23 Release

Hello there,

The Vee One Suite of old-school software instruments,

  • synthv1 as a polyphonic subtractive synthesizer;
  • samplv1 a polyphonic sampler synthesizer;
  • drumkv1 as yet another drum-kit sampler;
  • padthv1 a polyphonic additive synthesizer.

Are here released for the (northern) Winter'23 season...

All still delivered in dual form:

  • a pure stand-alone JACK client with JACK-session, NSM (Non Session Management) and both JACK MIDI and ALSA MIDI input support;
  • a LV2 instrument plug-in.

A brief change-log applies for all in common:

  • Bumping copyright headers to the brand new year.

Qtractor 0.9.30 - An End-of-Year'22 Release batch #3

Hello one third and last time this year,

Qtractor 0.9.30 (end-of-year'22) is released!


  • Plugin latency/delay compensation now in effect immediately after changing track option (cf. Track/Properties... /Plugins/Latency compensation).
  • Shade-off regions not-in-view from the thumb-views.
  • Improved MIDI queue time drift correction resilience and stability against in-flight tempo changes.
  • The main real-time process cycle now runs on uniform block-sizes, in strides of 64 frames per period, meaning a higher resolution automation, independent of buffer-size.
  • The internal main MIDI engine gets its ALSA sequencer queue to a higher resolution (PPQN aka ticks-per-beat) and not subordinated to the current session's anymore.
  • Although being deprecated to use, JACK Session support is hopefuly fixed, once again.
  • Better discriminate CLAP Plug-in specific note events and strict MIDI dialect event processing.


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