vClick 2.0.0 release candidate

Posted on Mon 27 May 2019 in News • Tagged with release

vClick v2 release candidate available for use!

vClick is a free wireless visual click-track system for musicians.

This version introduces new features, lots of improvements and numerous bug fixes.

See demo:

The source and binaries can be downloaded from: https://github.com/tarmoj/vclick/releases/tag/v2.0.0-rc1.

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vClick 1.0.0 released!

Posted on Tue 27 June 2017 in News • Tagged with release

The first "production" release, vClick 1.0.0 is ready!

vClick is a free wireless visual click-track system for musicians.

It is supposed to be fully functional and ready to use, including multichannel messages (different signals to different players), nevertheless don't forget that it is issued under General Public Licence …


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eClick renamed to vClick, version 0.3.0 is out

Posted on Mon 19 June 2017 in News • Tagged with release

NB! eClck has been renamed to vClick!! (due to possible trademark problems).

Version 0.3.0 is out with multi-channel support (different signals to different players), very soon the first non-beta version with documentation.

Please download, try out and let know how it goes!

See more: Getting started

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eClick 0.2.0 released!

Posted on Mon 24 April 2017 in News • Tagged with release

After lots of work, feedback from users, numerous improvements and changes in code eClick version 0.2.0 is out and ready for downloads.

eClick 0.2.0

eClick is a free wireless visual click-track system for musicians.

Version 0.2.0 seems to be fully functional and ready to use. Nevertheless it needs …


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eClick first public release is out!

Posted on Mon 11 July 2016 in News • Tagged with release

eClick is a free wireless click-track system for musicians.

Downloads avaliable at: https://github.com/tarmoj/eclick/releases/tag/v0.1.1

Please keep in mind that the software is still in development stadium and not recommended yet for mission-critical performances. Nevertheless, it can be useful or even life-saving in …


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