Subject: [linux-audio-user] [announcement] Cheese Tracker 0.5.5 out
From: Juan Linietsky (coding_AT_reduz.com.ar)
Date: Wed May 01 2002 - 18:49:29 EEST
Hello, I've got a new version out.
Short description of cheesetracker:
Cheese Tracker is a program to create module music that aims to have an interface and feature set similar to that of Impulse Tracker. It also has some advantages such as oscilloscopes over each pattern track, more detailed sample info, a more detailed envelope editor, improved filters, and effect buffers (chorus/reverb) with individual send levels per channel. So far it only works in UNIX (since it uses GTK--), but all the interface/audio code is fully modular and abstracted in individual classes, which should make the porting of this program to other platforms extremely easy.
and now the news:
Besides some bugfixing, I added a Stereo Chorus buffer processor. How does it work? you use the S1X effect. to control the send level per channel. On the config tab you can change the parameters (delay,lfo speed/depth, feedback and width). So if you like tracking, and no matter how much time you spend on your song and how many dirty tricks you use to get it to sound nicer.. this will help you!
PS: Is the announce list working, so i can mail there instead?
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