[LAD] phasex-0.12.0-beta2

hollunder at gmx.at hollunder at gmx.at
Thu May 21 10:53:04 UTC 2009

On Thu, 21 May 2009 00:38:12 -0700 (PDT)
William Weston <weston at sysex.net> wrote:

> Announcing phasex-0.12.0-beta2
> I've been away from the dev circles for a while, but I haven't
> forgotten about keeping phasex up to date.  The new phasex beta
> targets all of the current build/usability issues, and includes a ton
> of small changes and fixes:
> - Clearer licensing (code and samples GPLv2, patches public domain).
> - Reworked JACK connection code (can now survive JACK restarts when
>    running multiple instances).
> - Initial support for sampled oscillator waveforms (Juno-106 and vocal
>    waveforms currently included).
> - Sound quality improvements (super-clean chorus using hermite
>    interpolation, cleaner envelope curves, smoothing added for
>    pitchbender adjustments, and fixes for portamento and mono
>    keymode triggering).
> - New parameters (pan, lfo support for resonance, fine-tuning for osc
>    pitch and fm).
> - Fixed 64 bit builds.
> - Added new architectures in the x86 family.
> - Fixed file dialog problems with newer GTK builds.
> - New GTK theme and color scheme.
> - See the ChangeLog for more...
> This beta aims at being a stable release.  All of the currently known
> showstoppers have been fixed.  Builds under Fedora 8 and Fedora 10
> behave well with jackd and jackdmp.  Builds under Debian/Ubuntu and
> with jackdbus have not yet been tested.  Any build and crash reports
> would be greatly appreciated, especially from distribution
> maintainers.  I aim to release a stable 0.12.0 in a couple of weeks,
> including updated patches.
> Check out http://sysex.net/phasex/beta to download the latest phasex
> tarballs and Fedora 10 RPMs.  Alternatively, you can try out the new
> git repositoty:
>      git clone http://sysex.net/git/phasex.git
> It's nice to be back working on Linux audio!
> Cheers,
> --ww

Wow, this is great. I don't know if you read how much we worried that
the project could be dead since we didn't hear a thing in such a long
time and the domain apparently expired.
We mirrored the tarballs at a number of locations and I believe someone
put the website up somewhere as well.

This is simply great, I'll try it immediately.
Do you want bug reports per mail or some other way?

Best regards,

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