The first pre release of MusE 3.0, the free multitrack virtual studio for Linux, is now available.
Here is a condensed list of changes since the last release:
- Switched to Qt5.
- New Plugin Path editor in Global Settings.
- System-wide move to double precision of all audio paths.
- LV2 fix for very slow right-click synth 'presets' ex. amsynth.
- LV2 support PowerOf2BlockLength.
- LV2 support FixedBlockLength.
- Mixer makeover with lots of fixes.
- Arranger Track Info panel complete makeover.
- New: Persistent routes jack audio and MIDI routes.
- Multi-channel Audio Track routing.
- Improved automation editing, no multi-point editing yet though.
- Audio automation graphs undo support.
- New wave drawing mode in arranger with a tiny outline of the wave file.
- Added Native VST FX support (synths were already supported).
- Added support to resize notes and parts to the left with pencil tool.
- Added live update of wave parts while recording.
- Added Native VST shell plugins support.
- Added recording restart function (CTRL+Space and SHIFT+space keeping the old).
- Auto resample imported wave files to project's sample rate.
- Graphical Routing dialog redone and enhanced.
- Routing popup menus for MIDI now allow Jack MIDI routing.
- Device List added to MIDI configuration, with 'Delete' button.
- Added multichannel support for SimpleDrums (+routing ability).
- Added channel meters for SimpleDrums.
- Fix toolbars initial positions in all windows.
- Many more GUI items added to the editable color list.
- Converted python scripts to python3 and explicitly launch with python3.
- Added instrument definition for Yamaha S30/S80 made by Dennis Schulmeister.
There are many more bug fixes, CPU optimizations and features added, see: