32 bit floating point audio engine, sample-accurate looping system, multithread support, super-sleek interface. 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 released Giada 0.12.1, codename Permutations. In mathematics, the notion of permutation relates to the act of arranging all the members of a set into some sequence or order. This time we focused almost exclusively on audio plugin management, with useful features like the percentage progress for plugin scan and notifications for missing/unknown VSTs. We would also like to thank everyone who reported nasty crashes on OS X El Capitan: an investigation is underway!
Today our digital friend Richard released another great remake of the original tutorial series. This time he will introduce us to the world of looping, how the main sequencers works and what we can do with it.
Today we released Giada 0.12.0, codename Resilience. This version brings big under-the-hood changes: the whole audio plugin layer has been ported to JUCE framework. This internal improvement gives us a more stable and professional VST plugin support, with many other formats available in the near future (VST3, AU, LADSPA). Isn't it great? In Giada 0.12.0 you will also find:
64-bit binaries for OS X (and discontinued support for 32-bit ones);
overall GUI beautification;
improved test suite;
lots of minor cleanups and fixes.
Changes were quite substantial this time, so expect some bugs here and there. Feel free to report any weirdness!
Development on 0.12 branch is going on swiftly: we are porting the whole plugin/VST layer to Juce framework. Meanwhile, technicians at Monocasual Laboratories have leaked a highly-sensitive screenshot that shows the current stage of development. You can clearly see the list of available plugins, various information and the ability to add them to some kind of plugin stack. It definitely looks promising. We are all looking forward to see it live and running!
A new awesome release of Giada, codename Pareto principle is ready for your hardware. The Pareto principle states that, for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. What's new in this version:
The old-school midimap files are now deprecated, but still supported — not for long, though! Giada 0.11.2 Pareto principle also marks the end of the 0.11 series. Expect some exciting news from the future, such as porting to JUCE framework: VST3 and OSC support and many other delicacies.