32 bit floating point audio engine, sample-accurate looping system, multithread support. 100% exotic dependencies free.
Tweak your sounds with the live sampler from external sources, the live quantizer, a built-in wave editor, the action recorder and the action editor.
Giada can load VST and VST instruments, as well as read/write MIDI messages from/to any device out there, both hardware and software.
Giada is constantly under development, free for use and distribution: you can use it without any limitations. Help us to improve it more!
Today we release a brand new version of Giada Loop Machine, codename Flammarion engraving. The name comes from a wood engraving by an unknown artist, often used as a metaphorical illustration of either the scientific or the mystical quests for knowledge.
The release provides a bunch of delicious features, namely:
The 0.9.6 version also marks the end of the 0.9.x series. We have planned great improvements for Giada 0.10.x, such as the MIDI lightning support, MIDI input to channels/VSTs, a big source code refactoring and a starting setup for TDD development. The mystical quest for knowledge has never been so exciting!
The guys at LMP have just published a great interview to our supreme head technician on their web magazine. A nice trip through one of the most unstable minds of modern time. The article also features a set of obscure screenshots of Giada from the past: you definitely don't want to miss it! Thank you libremusicproduction.com for your sweet support.
Another shiny release of Giada Loop Machine, codename Nabla Symbols is ready for your desktops. Main changes:
From now on we provide MD5 checksums for our packages (in the download page). We also no longer ship raw binary Linux versions. Save bandwidth, save the planet!
Today we released a new version of Giada Loop Machine, codename Bayes' theorem. This release brings some nice minor features and fixes. Changelog: