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The Replicant 2 download includes 32/64-bit VST and VST3, and 64-bit AAX for Windows 8 or greater, and as a 32/64-bit AU/VST/VST3/AAX for OSX (10.8 or greater).
Also available for iOS AUv3 (separate purchase; link opens iTunes.)Listen to the album 'Replicant 2 Demos' by Audio Damage.
One of the original buffer effects, and still one of the best. Version 2 adds the Stutter effect, for further divisions of the loop. It's like glitch-ception! From a simple delay or panning effect, on up to massive random beat mangling, Replicant is a capable plugin well in line with today's electronic music styles. Stuttering buffers and filter drops are easy to program, and the comprehensive randomization features give it a mind of its own, if so desired. If you're looking to add some chance to your production, you've come to the right place!
There is a 10-minute screencast here which goes over Replicant 1.5's features in detail. A screencast that shows Replicant 2 will be here soon.
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» Tempo-based delay and looping effects, from 1/128th note to an entire measure.
» Stutter adds further subdivisions, down to a 1/16384th note (otherwise known as a 'tone'.)
» Seven independant randomization controls, for subtle changes or extreme aleatoric madness, including a global randomize button.
» Our unique 'Hold' feature, to store a random sequence you like.
» Resonant low-pass and high-pass filters that change over time.
» Pan position that changes over time.
» Two separate direction modes, for entire events or individual repeats, with randomization.
» MIDI Note or front panel triggering of loop events for live playing of effects.
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Donations to any of the Working Together for Free Softwareprojects directly benefit the work that can be done. Too often,these projects are underfunded, and developers put in a lot ofpersonal time and effort to keep the project moving forward. Withthe FSF's fiscal sponsorship, they can receive donations, applyfor funding, and enter into legal contracts, all enabling them tospend more time on their work.
Our annual fundraiser is happening right now. If you'reable to, please consider making a donation to Replicantthrough their dedicated sponsorship page. Every dollar youcontribute helps this inspiring project work towards a freermobile future.
Jay yogeshwar dutt dayal dutt bavani gujarati. Below is an update from developer Denis 'GNUtoo' Carikli, who isone of three people on the 'steering committee' ofReplicant: a fully free Android distribution running onseveral devices. It is a free software mobile operating systemthat puts emphasis on freedom, privacy, and security.
In 2020, mobile devices such as phones and tablets (which arefull computers with powerful hardware running complete operatingsystems, with applications) are an increasingly important part inour computing. Hence, they are particularly subject to freedomand security concerns. So-called smartphones present a number of freedom,privacy, security, ecological, and social justice issues in arelatively small device.
Replicant works hard to address these issues by enabling peopleto run fully free operating systems on supported devices. You canread more about the freedom, privacy, and securityissues that Replicant addresses on the Replicant Web site. Thesite and wiki also give further information about Replicant, thedevices it supports, installation instructions, thelatest info about its limitations, and more.
It is still possible right now to choose a device that runs a freemobile operating system. Newer devices made to run GNU/Linux,with free bootloaders, like the PinePhone, could enable usto get rid of some further freedom issues that come with the useof mobile phones. If our work bringing Replicant to more recentphones goes well, then that work would likely be reusable withthe PinePhone with minimal effort. However, since the PinePhonemodem is different, we will need to look into it to understandhow much work would be required to add support for thatmodem. Full software freedom for phones is a long way off due tononfree software in modems, network privacy issues, and otherconcerning problems, but by supporting devices like these withReplicant, we can mitigate many of the issues, and that makes areal difference.
Right now, our focus is on porting Replicant to more recentAndroid versions, on which a lot of work has been done thisyear. When done, this could be used as a base to add support for othermore recent phones as well. In some parts of the world, 3Gnetworks have been shut down as they are gradually replaced withmore recent protocols like 4G or 5G. Older models ofAndroid-compatible phones will still have very basicfunctionalities like calls and SMS, which are available through GSM,even when the 3G network is deprecated, but supporting newerdevices would enable people living in these areas to use thenewer 4G and 5G network protocols.
At the beginning of 2019, we successfully applied for fundingfrom a program from the European Union called Next GenerationInternet, through the NLnet Foundation. In that year, we alsoreceived a sizeable donation from Handshake. The funding will beused to make some significant changes this year.
The funding from NLnet and the European Union enabled us to startworking on building a new version of Replicant, which is now basedon Android 11, with a kernel that has the fewestmodifications possible from the upstream code. While working toupdate Replicant, we already managed to upstream a few patches inthe kernel Linux.
Previous Replicant versions used a kernel based on the originalvendor's code. This had some serious sustainabilityconcerns. Basing Replicant on the mainstream version of thekernel would enable us to more easily support devices alreadysupported in GNU/Linux. The vendor's code was based on version3.x of the kernel Linux, which is significantly different fromthe mainstream kernel, containing important changes that weren'tavailable in more recent Linux versions. These vendor kernelslimited our ability to cooperate with GNU/Linux distributions,and made it very hard for those distributions to reuse our work.
Both our collaboration with the Linux project and our ability torun Android with a kernel with very few modifications increasedthe interest from other distributions, like PostmarketOS. Wehelped people to get started in upstreaming code in Linux forother devices like the Galaxy SII (GT-I9100). We even managed tocollaborate a bit with someone working on revitalizing theGalaxy SIII (GT-I9300) port of LineageOS.
Our work is now based on Android 11. We have working 3Dacceleration, and very basic audio on the GalaxySIII (GT-I9300). A lot was done to port our changes to theAndroid 9, 10, and 11 graphic stack. We also worked with someoneon packaging part of the Android build system in Guix, since wefaced some issues with the build system when porting a specificchange from Android 9 to Android 10.
We have ported more recent modem kernel drivers on top of newerkernel versions, and have adapted the telephony stack toit. However, even if part of it works, it is still notfinished. In order to cleanly integrate the work, the telephonystack code was cleaned up and updated for Android 11, and newabstractions are slowly being integrated to support the new Linuxdriver for the modem (which isn't upstream yet). Once theabstractions are finished, we will need to finish debugging thenew modem driver and finish porting our changes to the newabstractions.
With the help of several new contributors, we have also beenworking on making a new Replicant 6 release: while the releasehas been delayed and is not out yet, many of the long-standingissues in Replicant 6 have been fixed. New, very serious issueswere also found and fixed.
Aside from personal issues (that are now resolved), and thepandemic, our work has also been slowed down because we wereworking on too many things at the same time. Besides updatingReplicant, and working on the next Replicant 6 release, andreviewing patches, and collaborating with other projects, we alsohad to do the usual work that is needed to run the project andtake care of its community.
We decided we need a community manager so that the existingteam can concentrate more on updating Replicant. The role of thecommunity manager will be to fill the gap between Replicantdevelopers and users, making sure that users’ concerns areproperly addressed. The community manager should also fostercollaborations between Replicant and other free softwareprojects, and will also focus on fundraising once settled in.
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When updating Replicant, we do it in such a way that it reducesthe cost of maintenance when updating it again, and so we always need tofund more work to continue making Replicant sustainable. Forinstance, we might need to support newer phones that workwith 4G and/or 5G networks.
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We expect our new community manager to make a report onsustainability in the next fundraising announcement at the end ofnext year: this way, we can track how sustainable we are with ouravailable funds. Once we deplete the NLnet and Handshake funds,the Replicant project will need to have a stable income throughdonations to keep funding recurring costs, like the communitymanager position.
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In 2021, we will continue focusing on the work we have started, namely, making a release of Replicant 6, and making a Replicant 9 or laterrelease. After this, the amount of funds and resources availablewill determine the project's next major focus areas. Our listincludes:
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Making a Free System Distribution Guidelines (GNU FSDG) compliant version of F-Droid;
Bridging the gap with GNU/Linux by making Replicant use more and more GNU/Linux components to support various hardware devices like modems, GPS, and so on. This could enable Replicant to run on any devices supported by GNU/Linux if they meet some minimum freedom, privacy, security, and sustainability criteria; and
Replacing Webview (the Android browser component, which is based on Chromium) with a browser based on Gecko (Firefox's browser engine). Chromium has privacy issues, but simply removing Webview would break many Android applications. We hope to collaborate with GNU/Linux distributions that removed Chromium and qt5-Webengine.
We have many more ideas, and a long way to go to get fullsoftware freedom in mobile phones, but your support makes ourwork possible.
Projects like Replicant rely on individual donations like yoursto continue their work independent of large donations andfunding. They can always use your help. If you want to supportReplicant in these significant moves towards growth of theproject with increased staff, a wider presence in the community,and technical advances towards higher compatibility, thenplease consider donating to the project. To further assistthem, you can use Replicant and become part of the project'scommunity by using its forums, contributing to itswiki, submitting bug reports, helping users, andreviewing patches to fix the outstanding issues it might have.You can also sign up for their mailing list, to receive thelatest updates from the project in your email.
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