[linux-audio-announce] soniK 1.0.0

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Date: Sunday, June 11, 2006 - 10:11 am

2006/06/11: soniK 1.0.0

About soniK

soniK is an open source digital audio editor for Linux, using the KDE
platform. soniK allows you to record, edit and process sounds on your

soniK's main features include:
* Record & play audio using your computer's soundcard
* Visualise the audio as a waveform or a spectrogram
* Edit the audio and transform it with a wide variety of plugins
* Generate new sounds

For screenshots, downloads & more information see:


Getting soniK

soniK can be downloaded from http://sonik.sourceforge.net/download.html

Binary packages are available for Debian sarge, Kubuntu 5.10, Kubuntu 5.04 and
Fedora Core 4.

Release Information

This is the 1.0.0 release of soniK. Changes since beta 2 include:

* Build fixes
* Fix crash when no audio plugins available
* Minor cosmetic changes
* Update documentation

* The qt version supplied with fc4 is broken and should be updated to
qt-3.3.4-15 or later. See

Please test it and report any problems or bugs using the tracker at
http://sonik.sourceforge.net . Also, please send any other feedback to

Rob Walker

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