Here is the download link for the Windows binary:
RC2 (old): http://www.sendspace.com/file/mp4lzs
RC1 (old): http://www.sendspace.com/file/rt8583
As usual, since no Mac developers will help make binaries for us, Mac users will have to use another OS or build it themselves.
Fixed an issue where forced HOPO on/off notes were saved to MIDI incorrectly.
Added Leading Silence option to Song menu. This can be used to add silence to the beginning of the loaded OGG.
Fixed an issue where notes' statuses were not kept when they were auto-adjusted.
Added time signature support. Time signatures will not be written to the MIDI during save operations or loaded during MIDI import by default, but this can be enabled in File>Preferences.
Note statuses (HOPO/Crazy/Double Bass) are now kept during copy and paste operations.
Fixed the "clean" target operation in FoFLC's makefiles.
The Album tag information is automatically added as an INI setting if it exists in the MP3 or OGG file chosen when creating a new chart.
Raised the maximum grid snap interval to 64
Adds custom time signature support for charting. Time signatures are still not written to the MIDI during save operations
Adds support for marking Expert bass drum notes as Expert+ notes, which will appear in Phase Shift as Expert+ bass notes instead of Expert bass notes. An expert+.mid file will also be written during save if any Expert+ notes exist, for use in FoF
Improved the MIDI import to be more efficient and to prepare for more comprehensive time signature support
Updated to latest version of FoFLC
Improvements to documentation and makefiles
Improvements to MIDI export: offers to correct pitchless lyrics, warns if lyrics are outside phrase markers, corrects MIDI event order, adds padding for
lyric phrases (to work around bugs in FoFiX) and enforces a length of 1ms for drum notes (to work around bugs in FoFiX)
Corrected preview of pitch shifts and added the display of vocal slides in the editor window
Improved Feedback import by allowing it to load the defined audio file (even an MP3), fixing a desync issue and fixing an issue where the chart's song folder wasn't updated after an import
Adds support for charting vocal percussion notes by using the Backspace key. New audio samples can be assigned to sound for vocal percussion from the Song>Audio cues menu item
Various optimizations to graphics, audio, save and input logic
Added support for Rock Band Audition chart import (MIDI data only)
Added support for .chart files (Feedback import), rba files (RBA import) and OGG/MP3 files (New chart) via command line
Adds the ability to render a waveform graph of the currently loaded OGG using the F5 key
Adds a new zoom level (1/1)
Adds the labeling of measure numbers next to the beat markers
Adds volume slider controls for the chart volume and each audio cue in Song>Audio cues
Corrected the controller button defaults and conflict detection
Fixed a crash that could occur during MIDI export if a MIDI was imported and was longer than the audio file that was selected.
Fixes a crash that could occur when canceling MIDI import
Fixes a crash that could occur parsing song.ini during MIDI import
Fixes an issue where some second markers might not be rendered in certain zoom levels in certain conditions
Fixes an issue where a key+Spacebar combination could leak input into PART DRUMS to add notes when playback is started
Fixes an issue where playback would lose sync if the left arrow or Home keys were used to seek to the beginning of the chart during playback
Fixes an issue where ] wouldn't work properly for lengthening lyrics
Fixes an issue where using the guitar strum input mode in PART VOCALS would destroy existing lyrics
-Time Signature import/export is still very new, so there could be some bugs left. If you find errors in how time signatures are imported or exported and can demonstrate how it's incorrect, please provide feedback on the issue.
-Playback is glitchy if you're using a custom playback rate greater than 100%. Don't expect this to work correctly, although other custom rates should work just fine.
-The Leading Silence feature depends on oggCat, which may have problems with some OGG files that would result in the audio sounding garbled.