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LMMS 1.0? Where?
Website says *2013-06-12*:
*LMMS 0.4.15 has been released!*
Nothing about the new version.
On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 5:56 PM, Dave Phillips wrote:
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out the new version.
On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 5:56 PM, Dave Phillips <firstname.lastname@example.org<=
On 03/27/2014 08:54 AM, Dave Phillips wrote:
On 03/27/2014 05:08 AM, rosea grammostola wrote:
Looks nice, but I doubt whether it is a all-in-one-packet as people on this=
list talked about before.
I can only find a 7 instruments, handful of plugins and a few 100MB with sa=
The instrument count includes five e-drum instruments, a bit bogus sort of =
list in my opinion.
Strike that statement from the record. The list is much longer in the regis=
tered version, the demo version's list is a limited subset of what'=
I must say that the other instruments are quite serviceable, but I'll g=
uess that most users will want to deploy their favorite VST/VSTi plugins.
I tested its automatic beat matching with five audio samples and a MIDI tra=
ck. Bitwig performed nicely on my old TurionX2 laptop, with smooth and resp=
onsive controls for the synths and effects modules. Btw, the system here is=
Fedora 19 x86_64, with Planet CCCRMA stuff.
The "handful of plugins" includes 25 audio fx, 9 "containers=
" (racks?), and 11 "modulators, generators, note FX, and routers&=
quot;, all apparently selected for their common utility.
The automation controls are cool. I'm just getting into the program, I&=
#39;ve looked at Ableton only briefly, so I've everything to learn abou=
t using this kind of program.
To be clear, those comments apply only to the demo version.=
Btw, LMMS has reached its 1.0 milestone, with nicely updated GUI and overal=
Yes, with improved JACK support. Still not perfect, but the program overall=
is much improved. I'm enjoying it.
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