Sometimes people describe Transcribe! as "a program for slowing music down without changing the pitch",and when they do I usually reply that they are missing the point, that Transcribe! is a specialized playerfor people who transcribe music, and slowdown is only one of its features, and often not the mostimportant one. If they express doubt, then I remind them that version 1 did not have that feature.
Version 7.30 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 13th February 2006.Main features are support for transcriber's footpedals (non-MIDI), unicodesupport on Mac, new Help system for Mac & Linux, and manyother improvements.
Version 7.40 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 4 Feb 2007.Main features are note & chord guessing, Windows Vista compatibilityand improved support for systems with multiple displays.Version 7.41.1 for Linux (15 April 2007) is a substantial upgrade tobring the Linux version up to date (GTK2, ALSA, unicode text, midi input).Version 7.43 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 1 Oct 2007.Main features are Automation (scripting), and support for FLAC sound files.Version 7.50 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 16 Jan 2008.Main new feature is video (on Windows & Mac, not yet Linux).Version 7.51 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 12 Feb 2009.Improved loop-store capability, Video Viewer "always on top" mode (on Windows),dB calibration lines, "Time Line", many other small improvements.Transcribe! Version 8Version 8.00 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 20 Nov 2009.It features a whole new layout and look, along with various improvements to sound file handling,some new commands, and various other improvements and bugfixes.Version 8.10 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 3 Aug 2010.It has video export, font selection in text blocks, and many other small improvements and bugfixes.Version 8.20 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 23 Aug 2011.Principal new feature is a piano roll view showing note guesses over time, aligned with the waveform view.It also adds video display (which the Windows & Mac versions have had for a long time) to the Linux version,and many other small improvements and bugfixes.Click here for detailed release notes.25 May 2012 I added a "Developer ID" digital signature to the Mac version 8.21.3 in anticipationof the "Gatekeeper" feature of Mountain Lion OS 10.8 which is due to appear this summer.Version 8.31 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 3 Nov 2012.This has a large number of small to medium sized improvements. Note that the Mac version requires OS 10.6 or later.We are keeping 8.21.3 for Mac available for those who are running earlier versions of Mac OS.Click here for detailed release notes.Version 8.50 for Mac OS 10.10 was released 3 Nov 2014.This is because I have not been able to find a way of making the OS 10.6-compatible version fully compatible with OS 10.10. I don't think it's even my fault - it's a Mac incompatibility. So Transcribe! 8.50 has no new features but I hope it is fully 10.10 compatible.Version 8.62 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 5 Aug 2016.The most important thing about this release is the move from QuickTime to GStreamer on Windows & Mac.Click here for detailed release notes.Version 8.70 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 12 June 2017.This is mainly a bugfix release but does also have some enhancements.Click here for detailed release notes.Version 8.72 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 18 July 2018.Main new feature is Undo/Redo for marker and text block operations.Click here for detailed release notes.Version 8.73 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 25 March 2019.Main new features are metronome clicks and scrubbing.Click here for detailed release notes.Version 8.73.2 for Mac only was released 8 June 2019.This has no new features, however it is the first Transcribe! version to be "notarized" - a new security feature introduced by Apple. It also has a smoother installation experience (I hope).Version 8.73.3 for Mac only was released 9 July 2019.This is a bugfix, to prevent a very rare crash involving the Record New Sound File command with some sound interface devices.Version 8.75 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 24 July 2020.Substantial improvements to the video viewer are the main feature of this one.Click here for detailed release notes.Version 8.75.2 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 12 Aug 2020.This removes one of the features added in 8.75 which turned out to be a bad idea - see the release notes for 8.75 for details. And it fixes a bug which could cause the names of MIDI devices to be displayed as blank.Version 8.80 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 11 Nov 2020.In terms of features this is a minor update, however on the Mac it is the first version to specifically target macOS 11 (Big Sur) on both Intel and Apple Silicon processors. We will keep version 8.75.2 available for people running earlier versions of macOS.Click here for detailed release notes.Version 8.80.1 for Windows was released 12 Nov 2020. Fixes a minor bug where some sound files on some machines were slow to load.Version 8.80.2 for Mac was released 15 Dec 2020. Fixes a memory leak where memory usage would gradually increase.Transcribe! Version 9Version 9.00 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 26 March 2021.This has substantial changes including multiple soundtracks, subtitles, and the move to 64-bit on Windows.Click here for detailed release notes.Version 9.10 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 5 June 2021.Various improvements including the first native build for Apple Silicon M1 Macs.Click here for detailed release notes.Version 9.20 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 27 Feb 2022.It's the first Windows version to include GStreamer as part of the install instead of requiring a separate download, but is otherwise fairly minor.Click here for detailed release notes.Version 9.21 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released 6 May 2022. Fixes some minor bugs.Version 9.23 for Mac Ventura only was released 23 Sept 2022. It is purely for the purpose of fixing issues with macOS 13 Ventura.Version 9.24 for Mac Ventura only was released 25 Oct 2022. It fixes a minor bug (the creation of an unwanted diagnostic file called vvdebug.txt).1st January 2023: We have moved to a different distributor (FastSpring) and have also relaxed the license terms: from now on all new license keys are valid for all OS's (Windows, Mac & Linux). Click here if you have an older license key and you want to switch to a different OS.Seventh String Home
Wireshark is an open source software project, and is released under theGNU General Public License (GPL). You can freely useWireshark on any number of computers you like, without worrying about licensekeys or fees or such. In addition, all source code is freely available under theGPL. Because of that, it is very easy for people to add new protocols toWireshark, either as plugins, or built into the source, and they often do!
The t(8;21) generates two fusion genes, AML1-ETO and ETO-AML1, but only the AML1-ETO transcript transcribed from the derivative 8 chromosome is detectable by reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR). Simple reciprocal translocation is by far the most common abnormality for creating AML1-ETO fusions, but the fusion can also occurs through variant rearrangements (Figures 1(a), 2(a)). The translocation can involve several chromosomes and occur together with inversion of the derivative 8 chromosome (e.g., inv(8)(p21;q22)t(8;21), inv(8)(q22q24)) [21, 22]. AML1-ETO fusion can also be a result of insertion, and both ins(21;8) and ins(8;21) have been described  (Figure 2(b)). These variant rearrangements can be cryptic and easily overlooked by conventional G-banding, and their frequencies are therefore unknown. 2b1af7f3a8