Fedora 13 Update: fluidsynth-1.1.2-1.fc13

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Fedora Update Notification
2010-09-02 20:05:44

Name        : fluidsynth
Product     : Fedora 13
Version     : 1.1.2
Release     : 1.fc13
URL         : http://www.fluidsynth.org/
Summary     : Real-time software synthesizer
Description :
FluidSynth is a real-time software synthesizer based on the SoundFont 2
specifications. It is a "software synthesizer". FluidSynth can read MIDI events
from the MIDI input device and render them to the audio device. It features
real-time effect modulation using SoundFont 2.01 modulators, and a built-in
command line shell. It can also play MIDI files (note: FluidSynth was previously
called IIWU Synth).

Update Information:

Big changes:  * Rewriting of thread safety [diwic]  o Two new settings control
the thread safety mode. The default is to be backwards compatible.     Smaller
changes:  * Voice overflow settings [diwic]  * Possible to update polyphony, up
to 65536 (and beyond initial setting) [diwic]  * Possible to update sample rate
(jack driver updates sample rate correctly) [diwic]  * MIDI Bank Select handling
fixed [plcl]  * Source files moved into different subdirectories [diwic]  * Can
use RealTimeKit (on Linux) to get real-time priority [diwic]  * Shell commands
for pitch bend and pitch bend range [monk]  * PulseAudio driver: specify media
role, and allow pulseaudio to adjust latency [diwic]  * Bug fixes [diwic, plcl,
KO Myung hun, Felix Krause, laurent, nshepperd]     For a complete list of
changes, please see the svn commit log.

* Wed Sep  1 2010 Orcan Ogetbil <oget[DOT]fedora[AT]gmail[DOT]com> - 1.1.2-1
- Update to 1.1.2 (with cmake)

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update fluidsynth' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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