[linux-audio-dev] ANNOUNCE: cheesetracker 0.9.9 released

james at dis-dot-dat.net james at dis-dot-dat.net
Fri Apr 23 11:38:29 UTC 2004

What a day!  It's St. George's Day and I get a new version of
CheeseTracker.  Only chocolate falling from the skies could make this
day any better.


Sounds like rain!

On Fri, 23 Apr, 2004 at 03:51AM -0300, Juan Linietsky spake thus:
> CheeseTracker is a mature,versatile and extremely full-featured application 
> that works as an all-in-one sequencer/sampler/sample editor/fx processor. It 
> allows for the creation of professional sounding multitrack mixes.
> It includes examples and docummentation, as well as on-line help.
> It can be obtained at http://cheesetronic.sf.net
> Sorry for the delay, even though this was ready some months ago, I didnt have 
> time to fix up a proper release..
> Changes for this version follow:
> -New (still scons-based) build system, should be easier to use.. 
>  -Fixed OSS detection for REAL 
>  -Disabled RtAudio, must reenable it at least for OSX, but that will be 
> version 1.0.0 
>  -All engine converted to floating point, may be a bit slower on pre p4/athlon 
> computers, though a bit more accurate 
>  -Old FX core deprecated, sorry, this wont load effects on pre-9.9 songs, 
> though it will keep the routes. 
>  -Added shift-f6, play pattern from cursor 
>  -Added sample-being-played notification in sample screen. 
>  -Fixed wave-loading bug, should work until i get libaudiofile working 
>  -Fixed ugly bug in GXX introduced in 0.9.1 
>  -More resamplers (FM/Cosine/Cubic Spline). 
>  -Doubled filter range. 
>  -Managed to reduce the source file size a bit 
>  -NEW FILTERS!!! rewrote the filters, they are MUCH better now.. choose 
> between lowpass/bandpass/hipass/notch 
>  -New Effect: Multiband (6/10/21/31) equalizer. 
>  -New effect!: Distortion (with many distortion modes) 
>  -New effect! Pitch Shifter (not amazing, but very tweakeable) 
>  -New effect! Stereo FX (kickass post-production helper) 
>  -New bugs! report them please! 
> Enjoy!
> Juan Linietsky

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