[linux-audio-announce] [ANN] jamin-0.95.0 release

Jack O'Quin joq at io.com
Wed Apr 20 09:08:24 EDT 2005

The third stable release (0.95.0) of JAMin - the JACK Audio Mastering
interface is now available for download.  This is a maintenance
update, fixing some problems in preparation for a future release 1.

JAMin is a GPL-licensed, realtime mastering processor designed to
bring out the detail in recorded music and provide a final layer of
polish.  Every effort has been made to ensure a clean, distortion-free
signal path.  All processing elements use linear-phase filtering to
eliminate phase distortion.

JAMin runs on Linux using the JACK Audio Connection Kit, a low-latency
audio server.  JACK connects multiple applications to a single sound
device, and also share audio among themselves.  It relies on other
JACK applications (like ardour, ecasound, or rezound) for playback and



  * bug fixes

    -- resolve GUI hang in meter widget
    -- allow multiple JAMin instances (needs a fast CPU)
    -- eliminate low frequency distortion problem

  * compatibility with recent CVS versions of JACK

    -- still works with older versions of JACK, but earlier JAMin
       versions will not work with the next JACK (0.101.0) release
    -- uses new jack_client_open() interface, if available
       - starts JACK server automatically, if not already running
       - supports multiple JACK server instances
       - creates multiple JAMin instances automatically

  * user interface improvements

    -- bypass button is red now, when selected
    -- redesigned preferences dialog
    -- peak resets (right click) in all meters
    -- new About dialog
    -- better i18n support
    -- updated Russian message translations

  * web page redesign


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