[linux-audio-announce] [ANN] Ceres V0.41 and Snd-ls V0.9.1.5

Kjetil Svalastog Matheussen k.s.matheussen at notam02.no
Mon Jan 3 15:54:56 EST 2005

"Ceres is a simple program for displaying sonograms and for sound effects 
in the frequency domain."
Except that its not that simple anymore...

0.40 -> 0.41
-Fixed a (horrible) bug that caused ceres to crash on newer linux
-Simplified the install process a lot. pygtk1, libglade and sndlib
 is now included in the distribution and is/can be installed
 automatically if needed.
-Connect to jack-server right after starting up ceres, not right
 before playing for the first time.


Snd-ls is a distribution of the sound editor Snd. Its target is
people that don't know scheme very well, and don't want
to spend too much time configuring Snd. It can also serve
as a quick introduction to Snd and how it can be set up. ->
-Made the apply-button always apply to selection if there is a selection.
-Removed some options from the edit-menu that interfered with the way 
 snd_conffile works.
-Made the insert-option in the edit-menu insert monofiles into the 
 currently selected channel.
-Added libxt-dev to the list of required packages. (Thanks to robin)
-Made mono-files play in both left and right channel when using Jack.
-Short fix for the nodeline-class.



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