v0.6.003 is out!

New features:
- Plugin latency compensation during playback
- Chords and automation are now inside regions (can be looped)
- New chord editor
- New automation editor
- Region split functionality (WIP)
- Quick quantize/full quantize functionality (regions only for now)
- Metronome
- Chinese, German, French, Japanese translations
- Many bugfixes

Binaries available at:
build.opensuse.org/package/sho

Sources:
git.zrythm.org/cgit/zrythm/sna

looking to try a Japanese singing voice synthesizer for GNU/linux? I made a blog post explaining how to install and use Sinsy, a freely licensed singing synthesizer program:
alextee.org/sinsy-singing-voic

As part of my "delete javascript" campaign, I removed discourse and a couple of other software from the server, and I started migrating from gitlab to cgit.

wrote an article about setting up cgit on CentOS 7 with Apache
alextee.org/setting-up-cgit-in

I'm thinking of a license that only allows the program's output to be released under a license that allows modifying/recreating/re-distributing/distributing changes of the works of the author without consent, if the author decides to release such contents

this obviously clashes with freedom 0, but my aim is to protect artistic freedom, not just software freedom

any opinions?

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