Release Notes: Sonic-Rainbow now supports 2-channel 16-bit FLAC Files. The CDRipper can rip CD Tracks to FLAC files and can use CDDB to embed tags into them. The Ogg, MP3, and Wav player now also plays FLAC files, and the TAG Editor now supports the creation and modification of tags in FLAC files.
Release Notes: The CDRipping component has been changed to a multi-threaded design that allows CD Tracks to be ripped and encoded at the same time. The rip and encode status percentage is updated against the individual tracks in the list box. The Ogg/MP3/wav player progress/forward/rewind bar has been changed so that it can be moved and does not change the playing file position until released.
Release Notes: This release adds lots of bugfixes. All mp3, ogg, wav playback, and ripping functionality is now part of the program, and calls are no longer made to external programs. Sonic-Rainbow now loads and creates m3u playlists compatible with xmms. ID3 version 1 tags are now written to files, as well version 2 tags. This release is very alpha.
Release Notes: Forward and backward seeking while playing MP3, WAV, and Ogg files is now supported via fast foward and rewind buttons and through the use of a progress slider that can be adjusted forward and backward. The mishandling in the file dialogs of directories that are symbolically linked has been fixed.
Release Notes: The program can now create, edit, and modify MP3 and Ogg file tags from a simple dialog box.
Release Notes: A fully functional GUI sound mixer was added. It includes Mute and Record source for all channels.
Release Notes: FM Radio Player now enables FM Radio to be recorded as Ogg or WAV files for replay later. Bugfixes have been applied to FM Radio Player.
Release Notes: Blank playlists are now supported. Files can be added by dragging and dropping or via the modify buttons (Add, Del, Up, and Down). The playlist can then be saved. The ability to shuffle tracks in a playlist was also added. Playlists can be shuffled prior to playing and saved as a shuffled list if desired. The CD Ripper now correctly creates directoriess for unknown CDs if the artist and CD title is entered manually.
Release Notes: This release supports Drag and Drop. MP3, Ogg, and WAV files dragged and dropped onto the main dialog will now be played. Debian build bugs were addressed, the documentation was upgraded. and other minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Sonic-Rainbow now rips CDs to the WAV format, and plays WAV files along with MP3 and Ogg format files. A bug that prevented the listing of track and artist info on some CD players has been fixed.