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News: Bars & Pipes sourcode releasedPrint


Bars&PipesAlfred Faust announced that he released the sources of Bars & Pipes. The terms under which they are released are included in the provided readme that is available in archive.

Alfred Faust wrote (courtesy of Daniel Reimann): After I've evaluated my personal situation I decided, to release the complete sourcecodes of all here published BarsnPipes New versions for interested programmers. I've written and included a README-file, which declares the facts about all copyrights. Before you are using the material, you have to read this file and (of course) to follow the instrutions, how to handle the copyright correct. With this release I give the possibility of furtherdevelopment for the user-community. All the material is released as Freeware but NOT as Public Domain (for example: it MUST NOT released in the AMINET). I wish all, which are willing to use the material much joy with it.

Bars & Pipes is a midi-sequencer which was originally made by Blue Ribbon Soundworks and later on further developed by Alfred.

We like to thank Alfred for this precious gift, but also like to thank him for all those many years of hard work he has done and support he has given us. We wish Alfred all the best.

The released sources are available at Alfreds website.

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