[linux-audio-user] [ANN] Aldrin 0.10 (Venus)

James Stone jamesmstone at gmail.com
Sun Feb 4 15:02:51 EST 2007

On Sun, Feb 04, 2007 at 07:42:37PM +0100, Leonard Ritter wrote:
> Aldrin is an open source modular music sequencer/tracker for the
> GNU/Linux operating system.
> We're proud to announce the release of Aldrin 0.10 (Venus).
> This release is the second release of the "planet" release cycle, and
> introduces a lot of new features to Aldrin.
> Here is a short overview of the most relevant features introduced in
> this version:
>       * The vertical-time sequencer view has been replaced by a
>         horizontal-time sequencer view to get more screen real estate.
>         It is pretty similar to what you might be used from commercial
>         sequencers, the difference is that it's controllable by keyboard
>         only.
>       * Support for The Freesound Project. Browse and download samples
>         on the fly without leaving Aldrin.
>       * The pattern editor has scrollbars now, so you can easily reach
>         that itchy back of the M4wII even with a low screen resolution.
>       * Support for loading FLAC, AIF and MP3 samples.
>       * Aldrin recognizes now multiple MIDI inputs.
>       * A new set of small icons.
>       * The CPU monitor has been improved. You get proper numbers now,
>         and a nifty graphical gauge.
>       * Redrawing speed has been speed up in the router and sequencer
>         views.
>       * Various wording changes.
>       * Numerous bugs fixed.
> Enjoy this new version and visit us on #aldrin on freenode.net, or
> subscribe to the Aldrin mailing list.
> http://www.leonard-ritter.com/announcement_aldrin_0_10_venus

It is getting really nice :)

I am looking forward to being able to specify midi input for
individual machines (maybe exposing midi machines as alsa input
ports would be an easy way?).. also, being able to input patterns
using the midi keyboard would be really good!

Some way of altering parameters for the effects plugins in the
pattern editor would also be good.

Oh.. I also tried out energyXT last night.. Aldrin is way
better :)


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