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What's new in Giada 0.9.2:
- New grid tool for the Sample Editor – cutting and chopping samples as never seen before;
- load samples via drag and drop;
- fix compilation issues on some Linux distros;
- many internal optimizations and bugs fixed.
- LICENSE TYPE:
- GPL v3
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- ROOT \ Multimedia \ Audio
Features at a glance
Key features include an ultra-lightweight internal design, multi-thread and multi-core support, a 32-bit floating point audio engine, support for an unlimited number of audio channels that can be controlled via a computer keyboard, beat and bpm syncs, as well as a patch-based system.
In addition, the application features a built-in wave editor, support for up to 32 samples, a sample-accurate loop engine, support for MIDI input and output, live quantizer and sampler, a Piano Roll editor, an action recorder, and support for several playback modes.
The software has no dependencies and it is based on the ALSA driver for the audio layer and the FLTK GUI toolkit for the graphical user interface. The JACK, ALSA, CoreAudio, DirectSound, Transport and ASIO sound servers are also fully supported by Giada.
Another interesting feature is that the built-in support for all major uncompressed audio file formats. The application also supports instruments via the VSTi and VST (Virtual Studio Technology) plugins.
Getting started with Giada
After installing Giada on your GNU/Linux operating system using the native installers provided on the download section above, you can open it from the Main Menu of your desktop environment. Then, all you have to do is to pick up a channel, fill it with MIDI events or samples and let the party begin.
Supports all mainstream operating systems
Giada is a cross-platform application that has been engineered to run on all mainstream operating systems, including GNU/Linux (Ubuntu, Debian and their derivatives), Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. It can be installed on computers supporting either of the 64-bit (x86_64) or 32-bit (x86) instruction set architectures.
Giada was reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on December 3rd, 2014