This manual describes version 0.9 of Jokosher.
Copyright © 2006 Jono Bacon
Copyright © 2006 Jeff Ratliff
Copyright © 2006 David Corrales
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Table of Contents
Welcome to the start of an exciting journey!
Jokosher is a simple to use, yet very powerful Open Source audio workstation. With it you can create and record music, audio and other projects. Jokosher has been specifically designed around ease of use and helping you to ignore the software and concentrate on your projects. This user guide is meant to be helpful in explaining the specific details when working with Jokosher.
Jokosher is an organic piece of software and grows and improves gradually. Due to its Open Source foundation, different people from all over the world work on it to make it the best tool for creating audio and music easily. Likewise, this guide reflects that organic nature and also grows naturally. This document presents you with a complete guide to the features and facilities available in Jokosher. With each new release, this guide will explain the new features available for you to use.
Like any Open Source project, Jokosher and this guide needs your help. Invariably in most Open Source projects, the documentation always falls behind and does not track the progress of the application it is documenting. Since Jokosher is made for musicians and designed to be simple and easy to use, this guide plays an essential role. If something is incorrect, outdated or just plain wrong, please fix it or report it to the Jokosher Project. It will be a great contribution to this important project.