My Ideas for the next LMMS release

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I've been playing around in LMMS for a few months now & I'm gonna say it is a really awesome DAW considering it's open source. Like I mean literately there is so much you can do with it. I was gonna say I have a few ideas that maybe y'all could put into the next version or release of LMMS.

Idea 1: New redesigned VeSTige that supports LV2 Plugins on both Windows & Linux, & can connect directly to Jack or Carla to use plugins though them on Linux based systems. Along with a MAC VeSTige that supports LV2 & popular Apple VST formats.

Idea 2: The ability to record MIDI directly into the song-editor playing along with other layers or tracks playing at the same time.

Idea 3: The ability to come, paste, & delete multiple blocks selected at the same time.

Idea 4: The ability to zoom vertically(Like up & down zoom) & increase or decrease the view size of the channels or windows via a slider instead of a selection of zoom percentages.

Idea 5: The ability to stink blocks at more smaller, more precise levels.

Idea 6: More organization options like Icons for song-editor channels & color coding options for FX mixer channels.

Idea 7: More various built-in plugins & synths.

Just some ideas. Let me know if I'm posting duplicates!!!
MCJosiah wrote:
Tue May 28, 2019 7:10 am
I've been playing around in LMMS for a few months now
Hi, Welcome to the Forum MCJosiah !
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Yes these are mainly in context duplicates . '3' will be in final release of 1.2.0 : Block handeling.
That's awesome there!!! I can't wait to try out the next stable release of LMMS. It will be fun!!!
More features like independent attack/decay for each oscillator in the Triple Oscillator to make it easier to generate snares, claps, cymbals, and hats. Those instruments are important for trance artists, and I want to be able to make some unique ones. I mean, I don't want people to immediately recognize the drum samples the way someone did when he heard a composition I had done in FL Studio.