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Yoshimi is a software synthesizer for Linux based on the 2.4.0 release of ZynAddSubFX.
This synth features the same capabilities with upgraded Jack and Alsa IDI/Audio functions.
This is a Linux only derivative of the original freeware software synth.
Yoshi attempts to do everything original Zyn does, but to do it well on Linux.
Changes in v1.3.9
- Minor update with some new features
Changes in v1.3.6
- Command line controls for many setup options,
- Extended root/bank/instrument management.
- Extended Vector Control
- Various other bugfixes and improvements
Changes in v1.3.0
- Crop optimizations
- Various bugfixes
- Layout changes and other GUI improvements
- LV2 Support
Changes in v1.2.3
- Faster performance
- Improved usability
- New "Naturalising" configurable random pitch shift
- Improved compatibility with Zyn
Changes in v1.2.2
- Minor bugfixes
- GUI Improvements
- Minor improvements
- Re-added two features
Changes in v1.2.1
- Minor tweaks to improve compilation
- New drum sounds
- Enable a part when doing a MIDI program change.
Changes in v1.2.0
- Various bug fixes
- Circle and Spike AddSynth waveshapes
- MIDI bank and program change - with extra configuration in 'settings'
- Included patch set additions and updates.
Changes in v1.1
- Less CPU hungry
- Per Part Jack outputs
- Improved handling of state files
- New knobs
- Various other fixes and enhancements
Changes in v1.0
- Modified INSTALL file and added instructions on how to build Yoshimi outside the source tree. Thanks to Jimmy for the instructions.
- Bugfix for microtonal loaded .xsz files
- Renamed Yoshimi icon.
- Applied patch from SourceForge ticket #3487751 (Simplify desktop file and install it and the icon file). Thanks to Tim harder for this patch.
- Yoshimi likes GCC >= 4.7 again.