[linux-audio-announce] jackEQ-0.4.1 released

Patrick Shirkey pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Tue Apr 25 13:22:59 EDT 2006


This release fixes a bug with the code for identifying the djEQ plugin. 
Tested and installed locally. YMMV. Please report bugs or installation 
problems to the jackEQ list.


jackEQ wll allow sound as rich and powerful as Jackie O, as street smart 
as Jackie Brown. Is jackEQ more than you can handle?

jackEQ is a tool for routing and manipulating audio from/to multiple 
input/output sources. It runs in the JACK Audio Connection Kit, and uses 
LADSPA for its backend DSP work, specifically the DJ EQ swh plugin 
created by Steve Harris, one of jackEQ's main authors.

jackEQ is intended to provide an accessible method for tweaking the 
treble, mid and bass of any JACK aware applications output. Designed 
specifically for live performance, it is modelled on varous DJ mixing 
consoles which the main author has used.


JACK i/o
4 x stereo i/o channels with EQs, independant gain controls and meters
Stereo monitor and master outputs with indpendant gain control and meters
3band graphic EQ for each channel
		 Bass:	    100 Hz
Range		 Mid:	    1000 Hz
		 Treble:    10000 Hz
cross fader support: All channels assignable plus mute and all
2x stereo aux send/return with monitor buttons (pre gain).
Internal jack i/o connections assignable from Ports menu.


Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
Http://www.djcj.org/LAU/guide/ - The Linux Audio Users guide

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