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* Preparations for new release (2.1.1).

1 Benno Senoner <benno@gardena.net> originally wrote the proof-of-concept code
2 "Evo" and ported LinuxSampler to the Windows platform.
4 Christian Schoenebeck <cuse@users.sourceforge.net> was and is currently the
5 main author of LinuxSampler.
7 Vladimir Senkov <hangup@users.sourceforge.net> was the first one who
8 actively joined the development of this application. He was especially
9 involved in designing the network protocol "LSCP" and it's implementation on
10 LinuxSampler side and in developing the MMX/SSE(1) assembly optimizations.
11 Not to forget the huge list of bugs he fixed.
13 Steve Harris made the filter impulse response analysis of the Gigasampler
14 filters and developed the first version of the Gigasampler style filters.
16 St├ęphane Letz <letz@grame.fr> was responsible for the initial OS X port and
17 fixed couple of bugs.
19 Rui Nuno Capela was also especially involved in the "LSCP" design and
20 implementation.
22 Andreas Persson made a lot of important fixes and improvements regarding the
23 Gigasampler format handling. Especially the Gigasmpler v3 and v4 format support
24 was developed by him. He also had his hands on a lot of quality and efficiency
25 improvements all over the place, numerous bug fixes, and also developed the base
26 host plugin system and implemented support for the sampler being used as VST,
27 DSSI and LV2 plugin. He also did a lot on implementing and extending the SFZ2
28 format engine.
30 Grigor Iliev <grishata@users.sourceforge.net> added and implemented LSCP
31 commands for muting and solo-ing sampler channels, added sostenuto pedal
32 support, implemented the instruments database system and the Audio Unit
33 plugin version of the sampler for Mac and fixed a lot of bugs. Later on Grigor
34 was the major force behind unification of the sampler's complex engine code
35 base to a set of abstract base classes, which finally cleared the way for
36 providing multiple sampler formats with LinuxSampler. As a consequence of this
37 work he subsequently added the initial implementations of the SoundFont2 and
38 SFZ2 sampler engines to LinuxSampler.
40 Toshi Nagata was responsible for the initial OS X port and added autoconf
41 support to the XCode project file.
43 Smaller (but not necessarily minor) patches were received from the following
44 people:
46 James Klicman
47 "Gene" a.k.a Anders Alm
48 Ebrahim Mayat
49 Juan Linietsky
50 Till Wimmer
51 Ronald Baljeu
52 Alexis Ballier
53 Andrew Williams
54 Devin Anderson
55 Chris Cherrett
56 David Robillard
57 Luis Garrido
58 Alby M
59 Giovanni Senatore
60 Jacek Roszkowski

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