[LAD] Guitarix 0.31.0 released
Thijs van severen
thijsvanseveren at gmail.com
Thu Oct 2 17:34:28 UTC 2014
Op 2-okt.-2014 18:20 schreef "Gianfranco Ceccolini" <
gianfranco at portalmod.com.br>:
> Hi LADs
> First of all I'd like to thank Hermann for his support and great effort
with the Guitarix code. It really means a lot for us.
> I also want to get the hook of the USB Audio stretch goal topic and
disclose important information with you guys.
> As a market product, when we say "USB 2.0 24bit Audio Interface" we mean
the complete package, that is:
> A - USB device hardware port;
> B - ALSA USB gadget driver running in our device;
> C - USB Audio driver running on the host computer - be it Linux, Mac and
> In this scenario, any user would have this feature, independent of
adopted OS and technical knowledge. This is what the stretch goal is about.
> Without the stretch goal, what we have already is item A and part of item
> Also, as we're adopting class compliant devices, item C is already
"factory shipped" for Linux and Mac boxes.
This is what convinced me to order one!
I'm following the campaign very closely
Good luck guys!!
But not for Windows. Microsoft only provides USB 1.0 Audio class compliant
driver (16bit, 44.1kHz). We don't have Windows developers in the team (and
don't intend to have) and our worst nightmare is to start supporting
Windows drivers, with all it's versions, chaotic organization and kind of
dodgy business model.
> Being so, we're outsourcing the Windows USB 2.0 Audio driver. Part of
the stretch goal money goes into this acquisition. The other remaining part
goes to registering a USB vendor ID and homologation tests to have the USB
> And why am I telling you all this?
> Is because considering only the Linux Audio universe, the USB 24bit Audio
is practically a reality, independently of the stretch goal.
> The hardware is all set and the USB Gadget driver, although not running
"out-of-the-box" yet, is already included in the ALSA stack and shall be
working in no time. In our current kernel, version 3.4, it is Experimental,
but on the newest mainline kernel, version 3.17, it is not Experimental
> One of our developers is working full time in it and I'm also pretty sure
that many of the LAD subscribers can give us great advice on this
> The Buba and Mango boards.
> Another important thing to mention is the $125k stretch goal for the
> We're currently using an "off-the-shelf" CoreBoard that features an
AllWinner A20 1.0GHz CPU.
> If we reach the goal, we're designing a custom coreboard featuring the
A23/A33 CPUs (they are pin to pin compatible). They are both 1.5GHz, being
the A23 dual core and A33 quad core. This will be called the BubaBoard.
> We will design the schematics and will outsource the layout mainly due to
routing DD3 memory which is out of our scope.
> Together with the Bubaboard we're designing a baseboard onto which you
slot the Bubaboard into. This Baseboard will have all connections (audio,
video, USB, etc) in order to use the Bubaboard without the MOD and will be
> Both the Buba as the Mango will be released as Open Hardware. We already
released all ControlChain related hardware as open source and the boards
shall be just the same.
> Being hardware designers, our idea is to provide the community with a ARM
Development kit geared towards audio development. We really miss something
like this available in the market as all ARM based development boards are
much more driven to video than audio.
> The Mango shall have decent AD/DA codecs and a good audio circuit
sporting 1/4'jacks instead of the lousy 3.5mm jacks featured in most ARM
> I've seen lots of projects trying to make use of the RPi or even the
Cubieboard for audio and I believe our boards shall boost this kind of
> Hope to have clarified everyone.
> It's one of my goals to keep a open and sincere communication with the
Linux Audio community and also provide everybody with the knowledge we can
> Unfortunately we don't have infinite resources and thus we depend on
revenue to offer all we want to. The stretch goals are the way to make it.
Hope you guys understand it.
> At each day that passes the MOD Team feels a bit more proud of being part
of such a cool community as this.
> Kind regards to all
> Gianfranco Ceccolini
> The MOD Team.
> Em 02/10/2014, à(s) 02:11, hermann meyer <brummer- at web.de> escreveu:
>> The Guitarix developers proudly present
>> Guitarix release 0.31.0
>> For the uninitiated, Guitarix is a tube amplifier simulation for
>> jack (Linux), with an additional mono and a stereo effect rack.
>> Guitarix includes a large list of plugins[*] and support LADSPA / LV2
plugs as well.
>> The guitarix engine is designed for LIVE usage, and feature ultra fast,
glitch and click free, preset switching, full Midi and/or remote
controllable (Web UI not included in the distributed tar ball).
>> Here is the " Ultimate Guide to Getting Started With Guitarix"
>> This release fix a bug in the preset naming schema ( vowel mutation in
preset names will crash guitarix) and introduce some new LV2 plugs:
>> * GxRoomSimulator
>> * GxDigitalDelay
>> * GxLiveLooper
>> Please refer to our project page for more information:
>> Download Site:
>> Please consider visiting our forum or leaving a message on
>> guitarix-developer at lists.sourceforge.net
>> The Guitarix project never accepted Donations, and still wouldn't do.
But, if you ever wished to donate the project, I would kindly ask you to
back the MOD Kickstarter campaign here:
>> to reach this Goal:
>>> If the campaign reaches U$100.000 the MOD Duo will offer an Audio
Interface from it's USB connection. This means that when you plug the MOD
Duo to your computer you will be presented with a 4 input audio device (two
pre-processed + two post-processed) that can be used for recording the
MOD's audio directly to your favorite software.
>>> Add this to the quality of our analog circuit and you'll have, as a
free bonus, a professional grade audio interface that if bought alone would
cost the price of a MOD Duo.
>> [*]Here is a list of all included plugs:
>> Guitarix tube emulations
>> 12ax7 feedback
>> 12AU7 feedback
>> 12AT7 feedback
>> 6DJ8 feedback
>> pre 12ax7/ master 6V6
>> pre 12AU7/ master 6V6
>> pre 12AT7/ master 6V6
>> pre 6DJ8/ master 6V6
>> pre 12ax7/ push-pull 6V6
>> pre 12AU7/ push-pull 6V6
>> pre 12AT7/ push pull 6V6
>> pre 6DJ8/ push-pull 6V6
>> Guitarix Tonestacks
>> Guitarix Cabinets
>> Mesa Boogie
>> Guitarix internal mono plugins
>> Mono : Distortion : JCM 800 Preamp
>> Mono : Distortion : MultiBand Distortion
>> Mono : Distortion : Multi Band Distortion
>> Mono : Distortion : Overdrive
>> Mono : Distortion : Tube Screamer
>> Mono : Echo / Delay : Delay
>> Mono : Echo / Delay : Digital Delay
>> Mono : Echo / Delay : Dubber
>> Mono : Echo / Delay : Duck Delay
>> Mono : Echo / Delay : Echo
>> Mono : Echo / Delay : MultiBand Delay
>> Mono : Echo / Delay : MultiBand Echo
>> Mono : Echo / Delay : ReverseDelay
>> Mono : Guitar Effects : Compressor
>> Mono : Guitar Effects : Crybaby
>> Mono : Guitar Effects : Expander
>> Mono : Guitar Effects : GCB 95
>> Mono : Guitar Effects : Multi Band Compressor
>> Mono : Misc : abGate
>> Mono : Misc : Detune
>> Mono : Misc : Oscilloscope
>> Mono : Misc : Recorder
>> Mono : Modulation : Chorus Mono
>> Mono : Modulation : Flanger GX
>> Mono : Modulation : Flanger Mono
>> Mono : Modulation : MultiBand Chorus
>> Mono : Modulation : Parametric pitch shifter
>> Mono : Modulation : Phaser Mono
>> Mono : Modulation : Ring Modulator Mono
>> Mono : Modulation : Tremolo
>> Mono : Modulation : Vibe Mono
>> Mono : Reverb : Convolver
>> Mono : Reverb : Freeverb
>> Mono : Tone control : Amp impulse
>> Mono : Tone control : Baxandall
>> Mono : Tone control : BiQuad Filter
>> Mono : Tone control : Cabinet
>> Mono : Tone control : Feedback
>> Mono : Tone control : Fender 6G7
>> Mono : Tone control : Graphic EQ
>> Mono : Tone control : ImpulseResponse
>> Mono : Tone control : low high pass
>> Mono : Tone control : moonlight
>> Mono : Tone control : Peak EQ
>> Mono : Tone control : Scaleable EQ
>> Mono : Tone control : Tonestack
>> Mono : Tone control : Treble boost
>> Mono : Tone control : Volume
>> Guitarix internal stereo plugins
>> Stereo : Distortion : Postamp
>> Stereo : Echo / Delay : Digital Stereo Delay
>> Stereo : Echo / Delay : Duck Delay St
>> Stereo : Echo / Delay : Stereo Delay
>> Stereo : Echo / Delay : Stereo Echo
>> Stereo : Guitar Effects : Multi Band Compressor stereo
>> Stereo : Misc : Bass Enhancer
>> Stereo : Misc : Panoram enhancer
>> Stereo : Misc : Stereo Recorder
>> Stereo : Modulation : Chorus
>> Stereo : Modulation : Flanger
>> Stereo : Modulation : Phaser
>> Stereo : Modulation : Ring Modulator
>> Stereo : Modulation : Vibe
>> Stereo : Reverb : Convolver
>> Stereo : Reverb : Plate reverb
>> Stereo : Reverb : Stereo Verb
>> Stereo : Reverb : Zita Rev1
>> Stereo : Tone control : 3 Band EQ
>> Stereo : Tone control : Moog Filter
>> Guitarix LV 2 plugins
>> GxRedeye Big Chump
>> GxRedeye Chump
>> GxRedeye Vibro Chump
>> Gx Alembic Mono
>> Gx Studio Preamp Stereo
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