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Frinika

Frinika is a free, complete music workstation program for Linux, Windows, Mac OS X Tiger, and other operating systems running Java 1.5 (J2SE5.0). It features a sequencer, soft-synths, real-time effects, and audio recording.

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  •  20 Nov 2008 21:17

    Release Notes: This release fixes some annoying bugs in 0.5.0, which was never announced to the public. It is bundled with the Gervill soft synthesizer, and has audio recording/editing improvements, a drum pad, priority fixes for Linux, Toot Mixer effects, and much more.

    •  09 May 2007 17:54

      Release Notes: In addition to all new features from beta1 and 2 (Toot mixer, prerendering, mod import, etc.), this release has a new notation editor and a lot of bugfixes.

      •  18 Mar 2007 08:20

        Release Notes: This is a major upgrade. A soft synth/audio mixer (Toot) was added. Integration with RasmusDSP (RasmusDSP scripts directly in Frinika) was made tighter. Frinika was customized with a built-in JavaScript editor. Lots of GUI enhancements were made. New MIDI editing tools were added. Soft synth prerendering is supported. MOD, S3M, IT, and XM can be imported.

        •  28 Dec 2006 20:27

          Release Notes: Highlights of this release are recording to audio tracks, full soundfont support using RasmusDSP, tracker editor improvements, and many fixes and tweaks.

          •  18 Jul 2006 05:47

            Release Notes: It is now possible to click "Apply" on Audio out device settings. The MySampler RecorderGUI now works on Windows. It is now possible to select the audio in device in mySampler. Better latency compensation was provided for MySampler and issues with audio being lost during recording were fixed. MySampler can now record and store stereo samples and will not fail when opening projects when a required external MIDI device is not connected. Different sample rate settings in JACK are now supported.

            Recent comments

            22 Mar 2007 06:06 timgolding

            Re: how???


            >

            > % how the heck do you even use it? I

            > % imported an .midi and it played it

            > only

            > % with one instrument, I tried making

            > % songs, heck I tried and didn't get

            > % nothing out of it..

            >

            >

            > Please check out the example projects to

            > see an example of what can be done:

            >

            > http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=131823&package_id=148904

            >

            > cheers,

            >

            > Peter

            This shows it done, but doesn't show how it was done. The write tool doesnt work for me but as soon as I load your demo project the tool works :(

            25 Jun 2006 02:52 pesalomo

            Re: how???


            > how the heck do you even use it? I

            > imported an .midi and it played it only

            > with one instrument, I tried making

            > songs, heck I tried and didn't get

            > nothing out of it..

            Please check out the example projects to see an example of what can be done:

            http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=131823&package_id=148904

            cheers,

            Peter

            31 Mar 2006 18:59 haterhater

            how???
            how the heck do you even use it? I imported an .midi and it played it only with one instrument, I tried making songs, heck I tried and didn't get nothing out of it..

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