[linux-audio-dev] where do i starts if i wanna develop a mixer console????

Vishal vishal at naturesoft.net
Wed Sep 25 08:59:47 UTC 2002

Hi All,
  I just got into oss programming. I have been doing device driver work
in linux, and have always been interested in sound engineering. I am now
thinking of emulating a sound engineering console using a LINUX box. I
know that such work may have been executed before but then...i wanna do
it again!!...
      Any pointers? Where do i start??!!!...what i want to achieve is
multitrack recording,(one track at a time), with controls on the
frequency patches in each track, etc.....
    where do i start??....what UI tool coul i possibly use to generate a
look an feel of a Mixer console? and where can i get programming
resources???....as u can see i am desperate for info...so please help me
if u can!!!!
more power to open source.

On Wed, 2002-09-25 at 14:18, Nasca Paul wrote:

    Hi, I wrote a software syntesizer for Linux, it is
    available at  http://zynaddsubfx.sourceforge.net/ or
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/zynaddsubfx/  . It has
    many features including: polipohony, multi-timbral,
    microtonal capabilities, 2 synth engines, effects
    (system and insertion), user interface.
    I started this project on March 2002 and this is the
    first relase. I hope that you'll like it.
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