harmonySEQ 0.14 “enlightened” released!
January 25, 2011 Leave a comment
HarmonySEQ 0.14 has been just released, and is ready to download.
Amongst many new features, it has a redesigned GUI, which makes it look much better, and as a result harmonySEQ makes now a bit more professional impression.
In case you faced problems using harmonySEQ, or want to contact me for other reasons, look at the contact page.
I hope you enjoy using harmonySEQ!
The full changelog:
harmonyseq 0.14 "enlighted" - Moved GUI from buttons to an elegant toolbar and menu. - Reorganized chord logic and GUI. - Added a customizable metronome. - Added Preferences window for customizing harmonySEQ's settings - stored in ~/.harmonySEQ/harmonySEQ.conf. - Added many tooltips to make it easier to use harmonySEQ. - Added a pop-up menu for the sequencer list. - Added possibility to hide/show columns in the main window as a part of harmonySEQ's configuration. - Some major GUI improvements. - Fixed many bugs. - Added the README file. - Source code heavily cleaned-up.