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Go 1515


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I have pushlished new build:
* panel scalling
* (fixed) load concurrency (multi-core support for loading without a cache)
Loading from the uncompressed cache is only delay by a slow hard disk
* transparent wavpack support
demo set is shipped in compressed state

Older changes (already part of the last windows builds):
* better MIDI support (RPN/NRPN)
* Reworked initial MIDI
* Reworked organ list
- It remembers all load organs
- You can select organs from that list
- load per MIDI event improved

The linux build are available in my usual OBS repositories.

Windows-Builds without ASIO:
https://build.opensuse.org/package/binaries/home:e...nSUSE_1 2.3
https://build.opensuse.org/package/binaries/home:e...nSUSE_1 2.3
Either register to download the exe directly or extract it via 7z from the installer rpm.

I guess, that JLD will publish official windows builds.


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Thank you Martin for all your work for GrandOrgue! I wish you a truly merry Christmas.

Kind regards

Lars P


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I'm afraid I need your help. With this update the latency dropped from 8ms to 23ms. I'm using Ubuntu 13.10 with a UCA202 Behringer audio interface. This configuration was working properly since a couple of year, following different Ubuntu releases.
Best regards.


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More settings were migrated with the recent updates which just might have changed your audio configurations. Please revisit the Audio/Midi settings and check if the values for samples per buffer have changed, also check the desired latency setting for your audio device, it might have been altered. I myself had to remove my old config files completely and have a fresh start with complete re-make of the settings to get rev 1515 work at all.

Kind regards

Lars P

Ghekorg7 (Ret)

Rear Admiral Appassionata (Ret)
Martin thank you for your hard work.
I got 1494 with Asio support and error 6 is not present. Also saw much speed improvement on load without cache. Now with Concurency at 4 loads extra fast (i7 IvyBridge and Samsung SSD 128GB, 16GB ram).


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I've changed the sampler per buffer settings and now I can play again. Now I've to find a right match between this setting and the convolution reverb, but I'm optimistic about it.
Many thanks for your prompt and effective help.