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posted Apr 28, 2012, 2:50 PM by Vytautas Jančauskas
Now you can use the mouse to edit loop points in wavetables' wave editor.

This means Neil will now be of more use as a traditional tracker. Which is, after all, one of its' possible uses.

Another new feature is the ability to store a selection in one sample to another waveslot. This is good for extracting those individual hits in breakbeats and little pieces of speech from longer samples without having to go to a wave editor. This is good also because all Linux wave editors are shit.