Breakfast Quay Breakfast Quay News news@breakfastquay.com http://breakfastquay.com/news/atom/ 2016-07-15T14:43:33Z http://breakfastquay.com/news/20160117 Rubber Band Audio v1.9.1 for Windows now available 2016-01-17T09:00:00Z 2016-01-17T09:00:00Z <h4>17th January, 2016</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Audio v1.9.1 for Windows now available</b></p> <p>Breakfast Quay announce Version 1.9.1 of <a href="http://rubberbandaudio.com/">Rubber Band Audio</a> for Windows, a straightforward, friendly, and useful program for messing with the tempo and pitch of audio recordings for musical purposes.</p> <p>This release contains a fix for a crash in Rubber Band Audio v1.9.0 when using the advanced options pane. Only certain systems running Windows 7 were affected. If you have purchased v1.9.0 and have been affected by this crash, please <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/contact.html">contact us for a free update</a>.</p> <p>This fix is not relevant for Mac users, and the latest version of Rubber Band Audio for Mac OSX remains v1.9.0.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20150725 Rubber Band Audio v1.9.0 now available! 2015-07-25T09:00:00Z 2015-07-25T09:00:00Z <h4>25th July, 2015</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Audio v1.9.0 now available!</b></p> <p>Breakfast Quay announce Version 1.9.0 of <a href="http://rubberbandaudio.com/">Rubber Band Audio</a>, a straightforward, friendly, and useful program for messing with the tempo and pitch of audio recordings for musical purposes.</p> <p>This version supports selecting a range from a track, in order to audition, loop, or export a section of your music. It also adds keyboard shortcuts (the cursor keys) for speed and pitch, and complete hi-resolution rendering on Retina or hi-DPI displays. File export is sometimes faster than before and some bugs have been fixed.</p> <p>This release also officially changes the name of the application from "Rubber Band Audio Processor" to "Rubber Band Audio". Not only is this shorter, it was also the name already used to identify the app in the Mac App Store and website URL even though the longer name appeared throughout the user interface.</p> <p>Rubber Band Audio is available for Mac OS/X and Windows, both through <a href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/rubber-band-audio/id418715427">the Mac App Store</a> and <a href="http://rubberbandaudio.com">direct from us at Breakfast Quay</a>.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20141222 Changes to pricing and VAT in January 2015 2014-12-22T09:00:00Z 2014-12-22T09:00:00Z <h4>22nd December, 2014</h4> <p><b>Changes to pricing and VAT in January 2015</b></p> <p>Breakfast Quay is a very small operation: it is the trading name used for audio and metadata software by a two-person company, Particular Programs Ltd, with zero full-time employees. We have pootled along for some years providing a few bits of useful software to a small but happy array of customers. Our turnover is tiny and we're content with it that way.</p> <p>This means that, until the present day, we have been able to operate without needing to be registered to collect VAT (sales tax). The UK has a fairly generous limit below which a company does not need to register for VAT, and we have never been anywhere near it.</p> <p>That's about to change. From January 2015, a <a href="http://thebreakfastpost.com/2014/11/19/small-software-businesses-and-the-2015-vat-regulations/">new European Union VAT structure for digital products</a> means that we will need to register for VAT, and collect this tax on all our sales to eligible territories. (The alternative is to block sales to other countries within the EU, which we don't want to do.)</p> <p>The effect of this is that, from 1 January 2015, our prices will be changing to take into account VAT. The amount of the increase depends on where you, our customer, are based: if you are in the UK, it will be 20% because that is the UK VAT rate; elsewhere in the EU, it will be the rate levelled by your own country; outside the EU we usually will not have to add VAT at all.</p> <p>So, if you are outside the EU, this probably won't change anything.</p> <p>If you are a VAT-registered business within the EU, this will probably be a welcome change: previously we were unable to provide you with a VAT number, which some countries consider to be suspicious behaviour for B2B transactions; now we will be able to, and you can reclaim the tax, so the price to you will ultimately remain the same.</p> <p>But if you are an individual or a non-VAT-registered microbusiness within the EU, then I'm afraid this change means our prices to you go up. Sorry! We don't get to keep the extra, it goes straight to the government of whichever country you reside in.</p> <p>(Note: this article has been edited since posting, to reflect the true situation for customers outside the EU)</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20140326 Rubber Band Audio Processor now in the Windows Store! 2014-03-26T09:00:00Z 2014-03-26T09:00:00Z <h4>26th March, 2014</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Audio Processor now in the Windows Store!</b></p> <p>We're delighted to announce that the <a href="http://rubberbandaudio.com/">Rubber Band Audio Processor</a>, a straightforward, friendly, and useful program for messing with the tempo and pitch of audio recordings for musical purposes, is now listed in the Windows Store for the Windows 8 desktop.</p> <p>Fully Microsoft-certified for use on Windows 8, Rubber Band Audio Processor contains a number of neat features such as intelligent tempo adjustment, aimed at making it the handiest tool in your audio timing toolbox. As well as being listed in the Windows Store, it is available direct from Breakfast Quay; an almost fully featured demo version is also available.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20121111 MiniBPM joins the family 2012-11-11T09:00:00Z 2012-11-11T09:00:00Z <h4>11th November, 2012</h4> <p><b>MiniBPM joins the family</b></p> <p>Version 1.0 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/minibpm">MiniBPM</a>, a simple tempo estimator implemented in a single self-contained C++ module, is now available.</p> <p>MiniBPM is the easiest way to add audio-driven tempo estimation to your creative musical application. Take a look at it today!</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20121028 Rubber Band Library version 1.8.1 released 2012-10-28T09:00:00Z 2012-10-28T09:00:00Z <h4>28th October, 2012</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Library version 1.8.1 released</b></p> <p>Version 1.8.1 of the <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/rubberband">Rubber Band Library</a> audio time-stretching and pitch-shifting library is now available.</p> <p>This is a bug-fix release, entirely source and binary compatible with 1.8.0 and earlier.</p> <p>Following the exciting 1.8.0 release, which unified the codebase across GPL and commercial editions, 1.8.1 is the first release we recommend to clients wishing to deploy the library commercially for iPhone and iPad. See the README file for more about this platform, and the list of available build options in section 4b of the README for tuning parameters. As always, if you have any questions please don't hesitate to <a href="/contact.html">contact us</a>.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20121014 Rubber Band Library version 1.8.0 released 2012-10-14T09:00:00Z 2012-10-14T09:00:00Z <h4>14th October, 2012</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Library version 1.8.0 released</b></p> <p>Version 1.8.0 of the <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/rubberband">Rubber Band Library</a> is now available.</p> <p>Rubber Band is an audio time-stretching and pitch-shifting library and utility designed for musical applications. It allows you to change the tempo and pitch of an audio recording independently of one another.</p> <p>The 1.8.0 release is the first to have a unified codebase across GPL and commercial editions. Now you can evaluate and integrate the library with your own code using the full commercial edition platform support, before deciding to buy. Accordingly, this release adds build support for Win32/MSVC, Android (with a Java JNI interface), and various new supporting libraries.</p> <p>The library is source and binary compatible with version 1.7.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20120813 Rubber Band Audio Processor v1.8.0 now also available for Windows 2012-08-13T09:00:00Z 2012-08-13T09:00:00Z <h4>13th August, 2012</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Audio Processor v1.8.0 now also available for Windows</b></p> <p>Breakfast Quay announce the first release for Microsoft Windows of <a href="http://rubberbandaudio.com/">Rubber Band Audio Processor</a>, a straightforward, friendly, and useful program for messing with the tempo and pitch of audio recordings for musical purposes.</p> <p>Rubber Band Audio Processor contains a number of handy features such as intelligent tempo adjustment, aimed at making it the handiest tool in your audio timing toolbox. It is available direct from Breakfast Quay or through the Intel AppUp Store; an almost fully featured demo version is also available.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20120530 Dataquay version 0.9 released 2012-05-30T09:00:00Z 2012-05-30T09:00:00Z <h4>30 May, 2012</h4> <p><b>Dataquay version 0.9 released</b></p> <p>Version 0.9 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/dataquay">Dataquay</a> is now available.</p> <p>Dataquay is a library that provides a simple, friendly C++ API for the <a href="http://librdf.org">Redland</a> or <a href="http://drobilla.net/software/sord/">Sord</a> RDF data stores using Qt classes and containers.</p> <p>This release reworks some of the constructor API logic and contains a number of other API enhancements and bug fixes. See the <a href="http://code.breakfastquay.com/projects/dataquay/repository/entry/CHANGELOG">changelog</a> for more details, and <a href="http://thebreakfastpost.com/2012/05/30/details-of-the-dataquay-v0-9-api-changes/">this blog post</a> for the rationale for the API changes.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20120522 Rubber Band Audio Processor v1.8.0 now available 2012-05-22T09:00:00Z 2012-05-22T09:00:00Z <h4>22nd May, 2012</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Audio Processor v1.8.0 now available</b></p> <p>Breakfast Quay announce Version 1.8.0 of <a href="http://rubberbandaudio.com/">Rubber Band Audio Processor</a>, a straightforward, friendly, and useful program for messing with the tempo and pitch of audio recordings for musical purposes.</p> <p>This release adds support for saving compressed (m4a) files as well as the uncompressed wav format.</p> <p>It also contains a new batch mode, which you can use to process a whole directory of files at a time.</p> <p>This release also fixes a bug in filename encoding handling on export.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20111204 Rubber Band Library version 1.7.0 released 2011-12-04T09:00:00Z 2011-12-04T09:00:00Z <h4>4th December, 2011</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Library version 1.7.0 released</b></p> <p>Version 1.7.0 of the <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/rubberband">Rubber Band Library</a> is now available.</p> <p>Rubber Band is an audio time-stretching and pitch-shifting library and utility designed for musical applications. It allows you to change the tempo and pitch of an audio recording independently of one another.</p> <p>This release adds an option to adjust the handling of channels in stereo material, and fixes a number of bugs.</p> <p>The library is binary compatible with version 1.6 for forward compatibility (values have been added to an existing enum). Code written to use 1.7 is not necessarily compatible with 1.6.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20111204b Rubber Band Audio Processor v1.7.0 now available 2011-12-04T11:00:00Z 2011-12-04T11:00:00Z <h4>4th December, 2011</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Audio Processor v1.7.0 now available</b></p> <p>Breakfast Quay announce Version 1.7.0 of <a href="http://rubberbandaudio.com/">Rubber Band Audio Processor</a>, a straightforward, friendly, and useful program for messing with the tempo and pitch of audio recordings for musical purposes.</p> <p>This version adds an option to control stereo width during processing. The version numbering has also been updated to match the versioning of the internal Rubber Band processing core.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20110819 Rubber Band Audio Processor v1.2.1 now available 2011-08-19T09:00:00Z 2011-08-19T09:00:00Z <h4>19th August, 2011</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Audio Processor v1.2.1 now available</b></p> <p>Breakfast Quay announce Version 1.2.1 of <a href="http://rubberbandaudio.com/">Rubber Band Audio Processor</a>, a straightforward, friendly, and useful program for messing with the tempo and pitch of audio recordings for musical purposes. This is a bug-fix release, fixing a frankly embarrassing failure to open certain audio files with non-ASCII characters in their filenames.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20110703 Dataquay version 0.8 released 2011-07-03T09:00:00Z 2011-07-03T09:00:00Z <h4>3rd July, 2011</h4> <p><b>Dataquay version 0.8 released</b></p> <p>Version 0.8 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/dataquay">Dataquay</a> is now available, with the significant version number bump (over the previous 0.3 release) indicating a big step towards an API-stable 1.0 release.</p> <p>Dataquay is a library that provides a simple, friendly C++ API for the <a href="http://librdf.org">Redland</a> or <a href="http://drobilla.net/software/sord/">Sord</a> RDF data stores using Qt classes and containers.</p> <p>This release fixes many details of the ObjectMapper code, improves the transactional store interface, and adds support for the lightweight Sord datastore as an alternative to Redland. See the changelog for more details.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20110321 Rubber Band Library version 1.6.0 released 2011-03-21T09:00:00Z 2011-03-21T09:00:00Z <h4>21st March, 2011</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Library version 1.6.0 released</b></p> <p>Version 1.6.0 of the <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/rubberband">Rubber Band Library</a> is now available.</p> <p>Rubber Band is an audio time-stretching and pitch-shifting library and utility designed for musical applications. It allows you to change the tempo and pitch of an audio recording independently of one another.</p> <p>This release adds a time-domain smoothing option to the library interface. This uses a window-presum FFT, introducing aliasing which is then smoothed using a sinc window. This can be used in combination with any of the existing processing control options. It will introduce audible time-domain artifacts for percussive transients, but the result may be successful for certain material that is not very amenable to stretching.</p> <p>This release also fixes a silent-output bug for one channel when processing with the band-limited transients option, and adds support for the libresample library.</p> <p>The library is binary compatible with version 1.5 for forward compatibility (values have been added to an existing enum). Code written to use 1.6 is not necessarily compatible with 1.5.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20110318 Rubber Band Audio Processor v1.2 now available, now in Mac App Store 2011-03-18T09:00:00Z 2011-03-18T09:00:00Z <h4>18th March, 2011</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Audio Processor v1.2 now available, now in Mac App Store</b></p> <p>Breakfast Quay announce Version 1.2 of <a href="http://rubberbandaudio.com/">Rubber Band Audio Processor</a>, a straightforward, friendly, and useful program for messing with the tempo and pitch of audio recordings for musical purposes. This release is at a new low price and is available in the Mac App Store as well as from Breakfast Quay directly.</p> <p>Rubber Band Audio Processor uses Breakfast Quay's Rubber Band Library for processing. This version has been updated to use the Rubber Band Library 1.6 core, due for release to developers during the coming days.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20101108 ABRSM Speedshifter now available, uses Rubber Band Library 2010-11-08T09:00:00Z 2010-11-08T09:00:00Z <h4>8th November, 2010</h4> <p><b>ABRSM Speedshifter now available, uses Rubber Band Library</b></p> <p>The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, publishers of the standard music learning exam material in the UK, today released <a href="http://www.abrsm.org/?page=students/speedshifter">Speedshifter</a>, a free practice tool for adjusting the tempo of an audio recording aimed at students for use in lessons or individual practice sessions. Based on the Rubber Band Library, Speedshifter is an exciting accompaniment to the ABRSM's existing widely-used learning materials and recordings.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20100530 Dataquay version 0.3 released 2010-05-30T09:00:00Z 2010-05-30T09:00:00Z <h4>30 May, 2010</h4> <p><b>Dataquay version 0.3 released</b></p> <p>Version 0.3 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/dataquay">Dataquay</a> is now available.</p> <p>Dataquay is a library that provides a simple, friendly C++ API for the popular Redland RDF data store using Qt classes and containers.</p> <p>This exciting release introduces a complete object mapper capable of saving QObject hierarchies to the RDF data store and synchronising changes in both directions afterwards. There are other major changes here, including some very significant performance enhancements.</p> <p>This version is not API compatible with the previous release -- most of the API is the same, but URI handling and the Transaction interface in particular have changed. However, the API is beginning to stabilise as we head toward 1.0.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20100503 Rubber Band Library version 1.5.0 released 2010-05-03T09:00:00Z 2010-05-03T09:00:00Z <h4>3rd May, 2010</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Library version 1.5.0 released</b></p> <p>Version 1.5.0 of the <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/rubberband">Rubber Band Library</a> is now available.</p> <p>Rubber Band is an audio time-stretching and pitch-shifting library and utility designed for musical applications. It allows you to change the tempo and pitch of an audio recording independently of one another.</p> <p>This release adds a key-frame mapping facility, for managing variable stretch ratios within a single offline time-stretch pass. It also includes a more reliable transient detection mode for soft instruments and band-limits the transient detectors to improve performance with compressed or lower-quality material.</p> <p>The library is binary compatible with version 1.4 for forward compatibility. Code written to use 1.5.0 is not necessarily compatible with 1.4, as one new function and one enum have been added.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20100502 dssi-vst version 0.9 released 2010-05-02T09:00:00Z 2010-05-02T09:00:00Z <h4>2nd May, 2010</h4> <p><b>dssi-vst version 0.9 released</b></p> <p>Version 0.9 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/dssi-vst/">dssi-vst</a> is now available.</p> <p>dssi-vst is an adapter that allows users of Linux audio software to take VST and VSTi audio effects and instrument plugins compiled for Windows and load them into native <a href="http://www.ladspa.org/">LADSPA</a> or <a href="http://dssi.sourceforge.net/">DSSI</a> plugin hosts.</p> <p>Version 0.9 is a bug fix release, with a fix to idle handling.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20090925 Rubber Band Library version 1.4 released 2009-09-25T09:00:00Z 2009-09-25T09:00:00Z <h4>25th September, 2009</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Library version 1.4 released</b></p> <p>Version 1.4 of the <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/rubberband">Rubber Band Library</a> is now available.</p> <p>Rubber Band is an audio time-stretching and pitch-shifting library and utility designed for musical applications. It allows you to change the tempo and pitch of an audio recording independently of one another.</p> <p>This maintenance release contains a fix for a hang when faced with some very peculiar stretch factors, and a fix for some incorrect threading condition usage. The commercial edition now contains support for the Accelerate framework on OS/X, and all editions are tested on Solaris in addition to other platforms. The library is binary compatible with version 1.3.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20090924 Dataquay version 0.2 released 2009-09-24T09:00:00Z 2009-09-24T09:00:00Z <h4>24th September, 2009</h4> <p><b>Dataquay version 0.2 released</b></p> <p>Version 0.2 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/dataquay">Dataquay</a> is now available.</p> <p>Dataquay is a library that provides a simple, friendly C++ API for the popular Redland RDF data store using Qt classes and containers.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20090804 First public release of Dataquay, a new RDF library from Breakfast Quay 2009-08-04T09:00:00Z 2009-08-04T09:00:00Z <h4>4th August, 2009</h4> <p><b>First public release of Dataquay, a new RDF library from Breakfast Quay</b></p> <p>Version 0.1 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/dataquay">Dataquay</a> is now available.</p> <p>Dataquay is a library that provides a simple, friendly C++ API for the popular Redland RDF data store using Qt classes and containers. Though ultimately intended for serious use in serious applications, this first release is something of a tentative step. Check out the link for more information.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20090317 Rubber Band Audio Processor an Apple "Staff Pick" 2009-03-17T09:00:00Z 2009-03-17T09:00:00Z <h4>17th March, 2009</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Audio Processor an Apple "Staff Pick"</b></p> <p>The <a href="http://rubberbandaudio.com/">Rubber Band Audio Processor</a> <a href="http://rubberbandaudio.com/demo.html">demo</a> has been selected as a "Staff Pick" at Apple's <a href="http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/index_sp.html">downloads site</a>. Thanks, Apple people!</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20090308 Rubber Band Audio Processor now available, starting on OS/X! 2009-03-08T09:00:00Z 2009-03-08T09:00:00Z <h4>8th March, 2009</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band Audio Processor now available, starting on OS/X!</b></p> <p>Breakfast Quay announce the availability of <a href="http://rubberbandaudio.com/">Rubber Band Audio Processor</a>, a straightforward, friendly, and useful program for messing with the tempo and pitch of audio recordings, using Breakfast Quay's Rubber Band library for processing.</p> <p>Rubber Band Audio Processor contains a number of handy features such as intelligent tempo adjustment, aimed at making it the handiest tool in your audio timing toolbox. Version 1.0 is available now for Mac OS/X (10.4 or newer on Intel), costing 20 UK pounds. An almost fully featured demo version is also available. Further platform support is forthcoming.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20090302 Rubber Band version 1.3 released 2009-03-02T09:00:00Z 2009-03-02T09:00:00Z <h4>2nd March, 2009</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band version 1.3 released</b></p> <p>Version 1.3 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/rubberband/">Rubber Band</a> is now available.</p> <p>Rubber Band is an audio time-stretching and pitch-shifting library and utility designed for musical applications. It allows you to change the tempo and pitch of an audio recording independently of one another.</p> <p>Version 1.3 is a maintenance release. It fixes a bug that may cause incorrect output during the first process block of some audio files, when processing in offline mode. It also fixes a small number of build issues and more minor bugs. The library is binary compatible with version 1.2.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20081212 dssi-vst version 0.8 released 2008-12-12T09:00:00Z 2008-12-12T09:00:00Z <h4>12th December, 2008</h4> <p><b>dssi-vst version 0.8 released</b></p> <p>Version 0.8 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/dssi-vst/">dssi-vst</a> is now available.</p> <p>dssi-vst is an adapter that allows users of Linux audio software to take VST and VSTi audio effects and instrument plugins compiled for Windows and load them into native <a href="http://www.ladspa.org/">LADSPA</a> or <a href="http://dssi.sourceforge.net/">DSSI</a> plugin hosts.</p> <p>The main change in version 0.8 is to make building dssi-vst on 64-bit systems much simpler, so as to host 32-bit plugins in a 64-bit audio application environment.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20080709 Rubber Band version 1.2 released 2008-07-09T09:00:00Z 2008-07-09T09:00:00Z <h4>9th July, 2008</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band version 1.2 released</b></p> <p>Version 1.2 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/rubberband/">Rubber Band</a> is now available.</p> <p>Rubber Band is an audio time-stretching and pitch-shifting library and utility designed for musical applications. It allows you to change the tempo and pitch of an audio recording independently of one another.</p> <p>Version 1.2 includes many performance improvements over the previous version 1.0.1, and introduces a formant-preservation option for the pitch shifter.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20080522 dssi-vst version 0.7 released 2008-05-22T09:00:00Z 2008-05-22T09:00:00Z <h4>22nd May, 2008</h4> <p><b>dssi-vst version 0.7 released</b></p> <p>Version 0.7 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/dssi-vst/">dssi-vst</a> is now available.</p> <p>dssi-vst is an adapter that allows users of Linux audio software to take VST and VSTi audio effects and instrument plugins compiled for Windows and load them into native <a href="http://www.ladspa.org/">LADSPA</a> or <a href="http://dssi.sourceforge.net/">DSSI</a> plugin hosts.</p> <p>Version 0.7 introduces support for LADSPA as well as DSSI, and includes several bug fixes.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20080107 dssi-vst version 0.6 released 2008-01-07T09:00:00Z 2008-01-07T09:00:00Z <h4>7th January, 2008</h4> <p><b>dssi-vst version 0.6 released</b></p> <p>Version 0.6 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/dssi-vst/">dssi-vst</a> is now available.</p> <p>This release contains a single fix to a crash on startup in the vsthost program. In other respects it is unchanged from 0.5.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20071213 Rubber Band version 1.0.1 released 2007-12-13T09:00:00Z 2007-12-13T09:00:00Z <h4>13th December, 2007</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band version 1.0.1 released</b></p> <p>Version 1.0.1 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/rubberband/">Rubber Band</a> is now available.</p> <p>This small update (v1.0.1) fixes an option parsing bug and a dodgy bit of #ifdef nesting. The core code is the same as in 1.0.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20071211 dssi-vst version 0.5 released 2007-12-11T09:00:00Z 2007-12-11T09:00:00Z <h4>11th December, 2007</h4> <p><b>dssi-vst version 0.5 released</b></p> <p>Version 0.5 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/dssi-vst/">dssi-vst</a> is now available.</p> <p>This release comes with Javier Serrano Polo's VST-compatibility header, as previously distributed in LMMS. (Actually, this header was already compatible with dssi-vst -- no modifications to dssi-vst were necessary -- it's just that the header is now included in the package.) This permits it to be compiled without the official VST SDK and distributed under pure GPL. No guarantees are made as to the reliability of the results; your feedback is welcome, but please bear in mind that I will not do any development work on the compatibility header myself for legal reasons.</p> <p>The 0.5 release is also (finally) compatible with version 2.4r2 of the official SDK, should you wish to use it.</p> http://breakfastquay.com/news/20071210 Rubber Band version 1.0 released 2007-12-10T09:00:00Z 2007-12-10T09:00:00Z <h4>10th December, 2007</h4> <p><b>Rubber Band version 1.0 released</b></p> <p>Version 1.0 of <a href="http://breakfastquay.com/rubberband/">Rubber Band</a> is now available.</p> <p>It includes a library that supports a sample-accurate multithreaded offline mode and a real-time lock-free streaming mode; a command-line utility program; and a LADSPA pitch-shifter plugin.</p>