In this release (1.2) several bugs
- Recording wav file is now put in the project
wav directory instead of resource directory.
- JavaDAW had a problem starting up when no
ASIO driver is available. Starts up with default
java audio engine.
- Deleting audio clips ended up in a mess.
- Step mode added as a function key (S key).
- Disable control panel added (F8 key).
- Has been tested under Windows 7 now (XP
- Adjusts the application size to smaller
"JavaDAW can be used without a
license, it is just a “fun” project to test the
boundaries of java and music. javaDAW is completely
build in Java and uses the VST plugin and ASIO
solutions of Martin Roth. This means most common VST
plugins and ASIO drivers can be used.
In javaDAW you may create MIDI clips
and add midi notes to each clip with a (double)
click of your mouse. Insert a Midi track, assign a
VST Plugin to a track (F3) and hit the play button
(space bar) after insert a midi file of course. You
can also create and import audio clips."