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Giada 0.13.1 Source Code

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Changes in version 0.13.1

  • Input MIDI to MIDI channels/plugins
  • Refinements to show/hide 'R' button's dynamics
  • Increase piano roll items' height
  • Set input volume to max by default
  • Start live-recorded sample channels right away
  • Avoid potential crashes when loading samples on running channels
  • Generate metronome during output post-processing
  • Better widgets' layout in Sample Editor
  • Lots of source code optimizations and cleanups
  • Fix inverted 'R' button's status (GitHub #94)
  • Better handling of 'R' button's status when the sequencer is off (GitHub #95)
  • Fix non-playing samples if live-recorded and 'R' button is on (GitHub #93)
  • Reset button statuses once channels have been freed (GitHub #100)
  • Fix missing ASIO and WASAPI APIs on Windows (GitHub #96)
  • Missing RtMidi libs on Linux (GitHub #102)
  • Fix fade-in/fade-out editing not triggering alert on save (GitHub #101)

Problems with the Linux version?

We provide packages for Debian/Ubuntu on 64 bit architectures. However for the absolute, best, top-notch experience you should also try binaries shipped by the package manager of your favorite distribution. Giada is already available on Debian, Ubuntu, Arch Linux and many more.

MD5 checksums

Beware of imitations! This is the only place where to pick up the official Giada's packages.

Giada for Linux, 64 bite833767ea432969d8b8eaa9f89e2e409
Giada for Windows, 64 bit12c72f5a97179dd2e359afa1a2765aa7
Giada for OS X, 64 bitbb69270a56d6f0e0fb477b5013ad13e5
Giada source codef0f1497429149ff66721118c97e572c2

Plans for the future

Giada is in constant stage of growth; take a look at our roadmap to understand the direction of the development or join the forum to submit feature requests and bugs found.