MIDIWorks has released version 1.2 of javaDAW – a Java Sequencer for playing and manipulating MIDI files.
javaDAW is completely build in Java and uses the VST plugin and ASIO solutions of Martin Roth.
In javaDAW you may create MIDI clips and add midi notes to each clip with a (double) click of your mouse. Insert a Midi track, assign a VST Plugin to a track (F3) and hit the play button (space bar) after insert a midi file of course. You can also create and import audio clips.
- Using ASIO or Java Sound.
- Importing and exporting (multiple) MIDI files.
- Importing and exporting .wav files.
- Drag and drop functionality for these files directly form the Desktop.
- Manipulate clips and MIDI notes (delete, copy, etc…..)
- Quantisize MIDI notes and clips(F5 & F6).
- Add and connect MIDI controllers to javaDAW.
- Recording directly form your MIDI controller.
- Quantisize MIDI notes when recording.
- Scale up and down when in the clip of midi edit area(CNTRL left/right arrow).
- Add, copy and remove MIDI and Audio tracks(F7).
- Play and hit the follow button.
- Use automation on volume and modulation (midi messages).
- Use (S)tep mode to learn a piano piece.
- Follow a score presentation of your MIDI file.
- Use the step sequencer and MIDI keyboard to learn a piece.
- Change VST plugins whenever you like.
- Add FX VST plugins whenever you like.
- Add and adjust automation per track for volume and modulation.
- Adjust the edit areas for the note and clip editing.
- Save and read project files.
- Add pattern files for drum, base and organ directly into your project.
- Export an AUDIO file in .wav format.
- Import an AUDIO file in .wav format (16 bit).
- Record an AUDIO signal from microphone or keyboard.
- Add a MIDI channel or an AUDIO channel.
In this release (1.2) several bugs are solved:
- Recording wav file is now put in the project wav directory instead of resource directory.
- JavaDAW had a problem starting up when no ASIO driver is available. Starts up with default java audio engine.
- Deleting audio clips ended up in a mess.
- Step mode added as a function key (S key).
- Disable control panel added (F8 key).
- Has been tested under Windows 7 now (XP performs better).
- Adjusts the application size to smaller screens.
javaDAW’s features will be explained in the online manual. T.b.d.