Traverso git stable again

We’re happy to announce that the development version of Traverso is no longer randomly crashing, and we encourage users of Traverso trying out the new features that will be part of the next release

For that you need to compile Traverso from source. Download the source code from git and follow the compile instructions.

The source code is hosted at savannah: https://savannah.nongnu.org/git/?group=traverso

Notable new features

  • Upgraded shortcut system to be much faster and easier
  • Shortcut help widget, showing available shortcuts
  • Shortcut configuration, define your own shortcuts
  • Context Menu actions fully usable with Traverso’s contextual mouse/keyboard usage
  • AudioTrack to Bus Track routing, apply gain/pan/plugins on the mixed signal
  • Track edit dialog to easily update input/output routing
  • VUMeters per Track to easily keep track of your signals
  • Per Track Gain Envelope
  • Full keyboard navigation: Use arrow keys to navigate to Tracks/AudioClips/CurveNodes for extreme fast editing

Your feedback counts

All new features were developed in close relationship with our users, your feedback will result in a product that suits your needs!

New: Routing to a Mix Bus

Our customers like the clean and simple interface Traverso offers, so adding routing to Traverso and still keeping the interface clean and concise was certainly a challenge!

After a lot of hard work in collaboration with a key customer we’d like to show you some screenshots where a ‘Mix Bus’ was added (here called midi mixdown) and the brand new configuration dialog for Tracks/Buses where the routing can be managed.

In this example, the tracks that recorded audio from a midi sequencer are sending post fader to a Mix Bus called midi mixdown which in turn is sending post fader to the Sheet Master Bus.

The benefits are of course that it is now possible to manage the sound of all ‘midi tracks’ by adding plugins or applying gain envelope, fader and or panning to the Mix Bus ‘midi mixdown’

NOTE: this is still in development and thus NOT available in the stable release of Traverso
NOTE2: The midi tracks in this example do not imply Traverso supports midi since it does not. Jack was used to record from a midi sequencer.