Release Notes: This release adds minor bugfixes, feature enhancements, and more GNOME2 integration.
Release Notes: From this release on, GLAME requires and utilizes GNOME 2.
Release Notes: In this version, various reported bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release features minor bugfixes and cures problems with NPTL threads. Minor usability improvements make this release interesting for all people using the stable branch.
Release Notes: Support for importing MP3 and Ogg files was added, and an easier resampling plugin was included. Some other minor enhancements were merged and some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: A graphical environment for multitrack recording was added along with a graphical mixer plugin. Many bugfixes and performance enhancements were made, and a Danish localization was added. This version is backward-compatible with older releases and upgrading is encouraged.
Release Notes: This release closes the last known bugs such as some rare SIGSEGVs due to thread race conditions. Support for more recent ALSA versions was improved, and Italian localization was added.
Release Notes: Numerous segmentation faults and memory leaks were fixed, as well as other minor bugs. A few usability enhancements were merged from the main line, such as a huge performance boost for wave redrawing.
Release Notes: A couple of major bugs were fixed and a few feature and usability enhancements were made. If you experienced crashes while using LADSPA plugins or your disk filled up with useless garbage you are encouraged to upgrade.
Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfixing release. Some minor feature additions include a new normalize plugin and a complete set of translated program messages to German and French. All users of version 0.6.0 should upgrade.