Hi ...summer release time :)
I released horgand-1.11.tar.gz.
New features including, stereo operators, edit/save engine sound parameters
for each sound, FLTK graphic options on command line, engine sound transpose,
window icons, new file format and new sound presets. Improved volume
normalize, chorus linear interpolation, tremolo and rotary DSP effects. Fixed
bugs including preset at first time, Master Volume, preset at load bank and
other small bugs.
a2jmidid is daemon for exposing legacy ALSA sequencer applications in
JACK MIDI system. It is based on jack-alsamidi-0.5 (jackd alsa seq midi
backend) by Dmitry Baikov. The main purpose is to ease usage of legacy,
not JACK-ified apps, in JACK MIDI enabled systems.
It is tested, and works, here, with current SVN jack. ATM it may or may
not work with other variants.
* One JACK client per ALSA sequencer client
* Improved build system (autotools) and support (better handling) for
other JACK variants (older MIDI API variants, jackdmp)
* More control on what ports to bridge (currently bridging is fixed to
* Real daemonization with log file, init.d script, etc.
If someone wants to contribute please, contact me, or send patches, or
request inclusion (Gna! a2jmidid project). As usual, packagers are more
than welcome too.
Homepage with screenshots: http://home.gna.org/a2jmidid/
Tarball download: http://download.gna.org/a2jmidid/
Nedko Arnaudov <GnuPG KeyID: DE1716B0>
jack_mixer version 6 "Dance of the headless corpse" released.
jack_mixer is GTK (2.x) JACK audio mixer with look similar to it`s
hardware counterparts. It has lot of useful features, apart from being
able to mix multiple JACK audio streams.
Changes since version 5:
* Fix building against jack 0.102.20
* Handle python prefix different from install prefix
* Fix LASH-less operation
* Update install instructions after lash-0.5.3 and phat-0.4.1 releases
* Apply Markus patch (thanks!) for sr #1698 (can't restore session using LASH)
Homepage with screenshots: http://home.gna.org/jackmixer/
Nedko Arnaudov <GnuPG KeyID: DE1716B0>
I released horgand-1.10
New features including percussion drawbars, new DSP chorus effect and delay
line buffers that coexist with rotary effect, restore program and visual
settings each session, JACK support improved reducing CPU usage and new
Improved autotools scripts and small bugs fixed.
I'm pleased to announce the release of midish version 0.3.0. The
source code is available at:
Midish is a shell-like MIDI sequencer/filter for Linux and BSD It's
intended to be lightweight, fast, and reliable for real-time
Changes include: Support for 14bit controller and NRPN/RPN events
has been added. Now the complete MIDI state can be restored at any
song position. Two tracks can be merged resolving all conflicts.
New editing functions always keep controllers/bender in a
consistent state. Improved documentation, usability and code
After a lot of time I decided to add new features to TkEca.
- Main window components expands to fit all available space.
- Bigger Effects window, components expands to fit all available.
- Options window components expands to fit all available.
- Master volume window.
- Tracks header was eliminated.
- Track volume controls max set to 400.
- Bug when adding tracks with one or more previous "Solo" tracks.
- Bug in the Wave File delete warning window.
- Effect windows shows track name in replace of track number.
- Toplevel windows have a more descriptive title.
- Button "Pause" was eliminated.
- Certain buttons get disabled after "Play" button is pressed.
- "Stop" button in Effect windows.
You can download the last version of TkEca from here:
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To celebrate the second stable release of the 64 Studio creative free
software distribution, the 64 Studio Ltd. company is giving away a
technical support package worth US $240. The contest is being held in
association with TuxDistro.com, the site which hosts torrents for 64
Studio and many other GNU/Linux distributions.
To enter this contest, all you have to do is download 64 Studio (either
64-bit or 32-bit), try it on your own computer, and write up your
experiences. We're looking for the most insightful review, so just
writing "64 Studio rocks!" will not win you the prize :-)
The install images for 64 Studio 2.0 can be found here:
The install image is up to 800MB in size and therefore requires a DVD-R.
If you do not have access to a DVD burner, we recommend that you try the
new 64 Studio 2.0 live CD, also available via the Tux Distro link above.
We strongly recommend upgrading to a DVD burner, if only to distribute
and back up the multimedia projects that you will soon be able to create
in 64 Studio.
If you cannot use BitTorrent due to restrictions on your local network,
try the download mirrors listed at http://www.64studio.com/download
Please send your reviews by email to contest at 64studio dot com, by
21st September 2007.
PHASEX-0.11.1 contains fixes for the segfault issues some users have
seen with version 0.11.0. Special thanks goes to Adam Sampson for
tracking this down, and to the rest of you who sent in bug reports.
Upgrading to 0.11.1 is recommended for all users, since it appears
that this bug will corrupt memory used by the synth engine even if
it doesn't trigger a segfault.
As usual, source tarballs and FC6 RPMs (src, i386, i686, and athlon)
are available at:
Thank you for your continued support. Here's to happy music-making
/* William Weston <weston(a)sysex.net> */