[LAU] [LAA] CLAM 1.2 'GSoCket plugged-in release'
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Mon Feb 11 09:29:17 EST 2008
dgarcia at iua.upf.edu wrote:
> We are jubilous to announce CLAM 1.2 'GSoCket plugged-in release'.
> We had to wait for some months to make this release as we had to
> redeploy the multiplatform release infrastructure . Thus, the
> feature buffer for this release is pretty full. It incorporates both,
> the results of the Summer of Code  students work and the
> involvement of David and Pau with Barcelona Media Foundation Audio
> Research Lab.
> We want to thank the involvement of GSoC students Hernan Hordiales,
> Bennet Kolasinsky, Greg Kellum, Andreas Calvo, Roman Goj and
> Abe Kazemzadeh, Google Inc, and Barcelona Media audio lab members
> for their precious involvement in CLAM.
>  http://clam.iua.upf.edu/testfarm/
>  http://clam.iua.upf.edu/wikis/clam/index.php/GSoC_2007
>  http://www.barcelonamedia.org/index.php/linies/10/en
>  http://h.ordia.com.ar
>  http://bennettdoesclam.blogspot.com
>  http://gregkellum.com
>  http://ro-baczek.blogspot.com
> A summarized list of changes follows. See also the CHANGES files
> for details, or the development screenshots for a visual guided tour.
> As usual binary packages for Windows, MacOSX and several flavors of Linux
> are available to download.
>  http://iua-share.upf.edu/svn/clam/trunk/CLAM/CHANGES
>  http://clam.iua.upf.edu/wikis/clam/index.php/Development_screenshots
> Summary of changes:
> The most exciting feature is the new plugin system (acalvo)
> which enables third party algorithms to be distributed separately
> from the core binaries. LADSPA plugins support has been enhanced
> and a first iteration on FAUST integration. The wiki contains
> very nice how-to's that cover most of that.
>  http://faust.grame.fr/
>  http://clam.iua.upf.edu/wikis/clam
> Most of the GSoC work come as plugins: a SMS Synthesizer (gkellum),
> a Voice synthesis/analysis (akazem) and some some cool guitar effects
> (hordia). Also not included as plugins but in the main repository
> several enhancements have been done on the SMS transformations (hordia)
> and the tonal analysis (rgoj).
> Some interesting work has been done on the Barcelona Media Audio Lab
> on having a system to simulate 3D room acoustics which can be reproduced
> on several exhibition systems. Some precomputed room databases are
> available to try. Check the wiki NetworkEditor Tutorial for more
> Regarding the applications, Network Editor incorporates new usability
> enhancements, a new on-line Tutorial and a new Spectrogram like view.
> The Annotator received Bennet Kolasinsky attention improving its the
> flexibility of its interface, the practical effects are multiple
> segmentation and low-level descriptors panes and that we are pretty
> close to visualization and auralization plugins.
> The CLAM Team
yes, i am really enjoying the new release!
compiles good and runs much more stable on my debian-testing.
please, keep up the good work!
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