On March 8, 2013 11:47:52 PM Ralf Mardorf wrote:
OK. Great! Thanks for the info. I'll wait a while.
I also run MusE on an AMD 64, an Athlon. It is single-core, a bit old now.
With a Delta1010 ice1712 card.
I blacklisted my on-board audio because even when I disable it in BIOS, the
OS still somehow finds it and pollutes the daily ordering of device listings.
There is a MusE command-line debug switch -D which gives us information.
Sometimes it can be a plugin or soft synth misbehaving with us.
There are switches to turn off loading of the plugins and soft synths.
Hopefully these will help narrow it down.
I fixed a freeze or two recently, kind of obscure though.
Current release is 2.1.1, next is due out soon, plenty of great new fixes
and features, and new online docs. Would be cool if you could run a
recent version but it might require building source but it's not too hard.
We have removed the Doxygen requirement for example :)
As a midi editor she's fairly advanced, per-drum or note midi controllers
like poly-aftertouch for example.
But, gulp, we're about to face some seeerious competition on two fronts.
Oh, apologies for breaking in on this Bitwig thread, carry on.
And congratulations to the Ardour team expecting the new baby!
'Gonna hand out some cigars?
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