[LAU] [ANN] klick 0.5
mbs1303 at gmx.de
Wed Jan 23 16:22:36 EST 2008
Am Montag 03 Dezember 2007 01:45:10 schrieb Dominic Sacré:
> Hi all,
> klick has been around for almost a year, but I figured no one will know
> about it if I don't tell anybody. So here's a new version, and the first
> official announcement.
> klick is an advanced command-line based metronome for JACK. It allows you
> to define complex tempo maps for entire songs or performances.
> Its features include:
> * Support for tempo maps, including arbitrary meters, tempo changes,
> accelerando/ritardando and more.
> * Three built-in sounds (borrowed from Ardour, GTick and FreePats),
> plus ability to load your own samples.
> * JACK transport sync support (master/slave).
> * No GUI ;)
> Get it here:
> Linux-audio-user mailing list
> Linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org
The last few days I was beginning to really appreciate your work - It's great
to have a relativistic tempo map instead of a static one, so that I don't
have to fuss anymore with all the tempo and meter changes when I insert a few
bars in the middle of the song! (There are a lot of meter and tempo changes
in my songs, and to fuzz with them all the time because I keep changing them
is really frustrating). Now I can concentrate on the music rather than on the
Only thing is, that klick gets segmentation faults a lot of the times - I'm
using it with ardour with transport enabled, and most of the times I start
the song in ardour, klick exits with a segmentation fault (core dumped). Is
there anything I can do about it?
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