Radium is a music editor with a new and better interface.
It's inspired by trackers, but has fewer limitations and uses graphics
to show musical data.
The advantages of this interface compared to piano rolls (the normal
sequencer interface), are that note editing is quicker, and that more
musical data fits on the screen.
The advantage of this interface compared to trackers, is that note
positions and effects are edited graphically, which is both quicker,
provides more vertical space, and gives a better musically overview.
However, despite it's unusual appearance, it's a design goal for Radium
to be straight forward to use, and easy to learn. It should not be
harder to learn Radium than any tracker or most midi sequencers.
Source code repository: https://github.com/kmatheussen/radium
Most important changes 1.9.24 -> 1.9.29:
* Revert back to faust's denormal handling.
Hopefully fixes crash on CPUs without sse2.
* Fix vst plugin memory corruption
* System compressor
* Compressor and equalizer GUI can be shown/hidden.
* Fixed various bugs, etc.
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