2.2 (June 2000)
The former Import/Export Preview option is now the Import/Export
from which all import and export procedures are managed.
The Export to HTML on the Tools menu is omitted (replaced
by the Preview
option on the Add Form of the Notation Playback Rhythm Exchange).
Import from Clipboard and Export to Clipboard have been added
to the Tools.
2.1.1 (November 1999)
The Backup/Restore tools are now fully functional - again...
2.1 (October 1999)
Font 4.5 and Djembe Sound Samples 3.x)
The version info in the About window on the Help menu
is now corrected.
The annoying click
sound after the second stroke of the tone roll is fixed.
The "Disclaimer" text is now available from the Product Overview
The inactivated keys are now disabled in the User Defined
The note buttons in the Edit mode now correspond to the chosen
symbol at all times.
The Print option in the Help and Product Overview windows
will now locate
the News.dbf file and print the currently displayed text.
The database engine is now fully prepared for the new millenium.
The Playback tempo can now be fine tuned by repeatedly clicking
and [-] button.
The empty notation line for a New part will be as long as
the preceeding part.
and the default instrument symbol will be the same as the
The support bar figures will conform to the length of the
notation line as you
"click and drop" the notes of a New part.
Date and time has been added to the Program Version informarion
About window, while the font buttons have been removed.
Appendix and Selected Interval on the Print Menu are now activated.
Bass/Slap and Bass/Tone flam have been added to the available
Import and Export on the Tools Menu are now activated.
Lead-in notes can now be marked with an asterisk in the in
the Edit mode.
When played back, the part will start from the marked note.
there will be an asterisk above the lead-in note on the notation
Chronological sort order has been added to the View Menu.
An OK Button that brings you back from the Edit mode has been
Parts which are notated with less than 10 support bars will
repeated on the same line to conform to the notation format
of longer parts.
2.0 (April 1999)
(Featuring Djembe Font 4.4 and Djembe Sound Samples 3.x)
Version 1.x for Windows
(Featuring Djembe Font 3.x notation and Djembe Sound Samples
Version 1.x for Windows
(Introducing Djembe Font 1.x notation and Djembe Sound
Version 1.x for MSDOS
(Featuring ASCII notation and three tone computer beep