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INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS

javaDAW Set Up for Windows
o Download the exe package (Windows)
o Unzip the package and drag the complete javadaw directory to your desktop
o Download and install the Java 8 JRE that you need (32 or 64 bit)
o For W7 make a shortcut of the exe file
o Install ASIO4ALL (Windows) or use the soundcard ASIO driver
o Start JavaDAW once to create all directories
o Install the Instruments in the \$USER_HOME\JavaDaw\Resources\ directory..just drag and drop
o At first start-up, scan the VST Plugins in the resourcepanel (F1)
javaDAW Set Up for OSX
o Download the app for OSX
o Download and install the Java 8 JRE that you need (64 bit adviced)
o Install the FROG AUDIO library in /Systems/Library/Java/Extensions
o Install the jvsthost.jnilib in /Systems/Library/Java/Extensions
o Start JavaDAW once to create all directories
o Install the Instruments in the \$USER_HOME\JavaDaw\Resources\ directory
o Choose /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST for OSX
o At first start-up, scan the VST Plugins in the resourcepanel (F1)
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GETTING STARTED

o Use javadaw.exe for installed JRE (32 or 64 bit)
o Use javadaw32.exe for the bundled 32 JRE (in the folder)
o Use javadaw64.exe for the bundled 64 JRE (in the folder)
o Use javadaw.app on OSX. Install a Java JRE seperately....
JavaDAW is very easy to use. Just download the resources and a JRE (32 bit or 64 bit).
Be sure to put the javadaw.exe or javadaw.jar file in the same directory as the libraries (.dll's)
Start javadaw.exe once to create all important directories under yoour HOME account /users/javadaw/..
You will find here a /Project directory, an /Export directory, a /Backup directory and a /Resources directory.
Replace the /Resources directory with the downloaded version.
Here you will find all instrument samples (.sfl) and all other example midi and wav files.
There is also a 64 bit version of javaDAW available. To use this version a 64 bit JRE should be installed under C:/Program Files/Java.
This version can be downloaded from the Sun - Java site.
Javadaw has several native plugins...jDrum, jBass, jRhodes, jCompressor, etc....
Start javaDAW again and a first "Default" project is created. You can create new projects (.prj) if you like.
Now (important) javaDAW assumes the VSTPlugin directory is under /Program Files (x86)/Steinberg/VSTPlugins....
If you need another VST directory, just choose one (under the menu "Set VST Directory". This one is stored).
Got to the audiopanel and choose your ASIO driver. The Java sound engine does not record because of the huge latency.
Use F1 to access the Resource panel. Hit the reScan button and the plugins (inclusing the java plugins) are added to the
plugin list. All info is stored in the initDaw.txt file (under /Resources).
Hit "i" to enter an example drum sequence on track 0 or an example bass sequence on track 1.
There are also example sequences for track 2 and track 3.
Hit the spacebar and you will have javaDAW running.
javaDAW has all features available in common DAW' s.
o Load regular 32 bit and 64 bit plugins.
o VST 3 plugins are not supported.
o Asssign the plugins to random tracks (F3).
o Enter example sequences.
o Drag and drop midi and wav files from your Desktop or from the javaDAW directories.
o Edit the midi and wav files in the midi and wav editor (F4).
o Open or close all panels (F1, F2, F3 and F4)
o Double click on a clip to open an extra midi panel
o Put the controlspanel to the right of the application (ALT R).
o Put javaDAW in loop mode (L).
o When running in loop mode you may add or delete notes in real time in the midi edit panel.
o Set a dark skin in the Preference panel.
o Set a dark/light track color (D).
o Open the plugin assign panels (ALT F1 and ALT F2).
o Copy selected clips or clip blocks (F7).
o Copy selected clips with CNTRL - Drag.
o Delete clips or a series of clips (Delete).
o Quantisize clips (F5) or notes (F6).
o Increase or decrease the snap raster (F11 and F12).
o Disable/enable quantisize (F9).
o Disable/enable automation (F10).
o Record as many tracks as needed (set R per track and hit R, hit the spacebar to stop)
o Change the look and file (A = Ableton or Cakewalk mode).
o Set tracks in uniform color mode (U).
o Insert MIDI, AUDIO or SEND tracks. All tracks directly outputs to the MASTER or (if set) to one or more SEND tracks.
o JavaDAW can handle up to 16 tracks.
o Save, create and delete projects.
o Edit control commands (like velocity and modulation) in the midi edit panel.
o Enter automation per track (only panning, modulation and volume are available for now).
o Disable or clear all automation or per track (D button or C button).
o Assign midi controllers and set MIDI out.
o Assign the ASIO sound engine in the audio panel.
o JACK or native java are also possible.
o JACK was removed and replaced by Frog Audio on the Mac.
This is a short overview of the features of javaDAW. More will follow.
If you like javaDAW or want it to be developed further on, please send an e-mailto frdeden@kpnmail.nl.
A donation is also very supportive. With a donation you will find all new updates involving new instruments and features.....
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FUNCTIONS OVERVIEW

o F1 -> Open resource panel
o F2 -> Open controls panel
o F3 -> Open plugin bay
o F4 -> Open midi panel
o F5 -> Quantisize all selected notes
o F6 -> Quantisize all selected clips
o F7 -> Copy selected clips or notes
o F8/Q -> Set quantisize on/off
o F9 -> Change automation type
o F10 -> Set showlines on/off
o F11 -> Decrease quantisize amount
o F12 -> Increase quantisize amount
o Home -> Return transport to start position
o Space -> Start/Stop transport
o TAB -> Open the detail midi panel
o R -> Start immediate recording when recording is enabled
o I -> Insert pattern on track
o V -> Show velocity in midi panel
o X -> Activate scissors
o Drag -> Set selection area for WAV export or set loop
o ALT + Click -> Open separate midipanel window for selected clip
o Page Up -> Open all tracks
o Page Down -> Close all tracks
o Up/Down -> Decrease/Increase scales
o Left/Right -> Decrease/Increase scales
o CNTRL Left/Right -> Increase/Decrease offset
o CNTRL VST Editor -> OPens native plugin editor
o ALT R -> Switch between left and right control panel
o F -> Open Plugin assign panel
o P -> Open Plugin FX assign panel
o M -> Open the mixer
o A(a) -> Set Ableton look and feel
o U(u) -> Set unicolor
o D(d) -> Set tracks dark/light
o K(k) -> Open keyboard
o O(o) -> Set playing keys oval
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