[LAU] PSIndustrializer 0.2.6 released
Jostein Chr. Andersen
jostein at vivaldi.net
Sun Jul 12 12:28:44 CEST 2020
For me, physical modeling of anything for Linux is always interesting,
so I downloaded and compiled the program.
I believe that this might be something useful, but MIDI implementation
would make it a lot easier to test and use it. The tabs was also a
little confusing and could be replaced by option boxes IMO, but that
does not make it a showstopper, I will keep an eye on the project and
see what's coming.
A small note: I compiled it and installed it with the prefix:
/usr/local, but the programs look for its libs in /usr/lib, so I had to
link from /usr/local/lib in there in order to make it work.
Good luck with the project, looking forward to see how it develops.
On 2020-06-24 11:10, Yury Alyaev wrote:
> Hi all,
> After a long period of lethargy, with a help from Wladimir J. van der
> Laan, I have revived Power Station Industrializer, a percussion sound
> synthesizer base on physical modelling.
> You can download it here:
> What is new in psindustrializer-0.2.6:
> Code upgrade for build against modern environment (autotools,
> gtk+-2, gtkglarea is replaced by gtkglext, esound is replaced by
> Jack audio driver
> GUI improvements
> Config and presets files syntax is improved (read compatibility
> with old formats is preserved)
> Sound drivers can be configurable (this facility is so far
> implemented for ALSA driver)
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