After some talks with falktx I publiced new version, which has Makefile and (by my own initiative) Debian-related files.
Since build system may store several builds, e.g. with various prefixes, Makefile manages by default last created build.
To change default build run:
$ ./configure --default-build=build_name
$ ./configure --builds
to get list of available builds.
Also, install script now has one argument to override install root (default is "/").
E.g., if you type:
./configure --prefix=/usr --buildname=build
Nano-Basket v0.1 has been released. Source files are available from
Nano-Basket is a configuration software for the Korg nanoSERIES
MIDI controllers. It's intended to run on operating systems where
the official configuration editor is not available (i.e. Linux).
It's written in Python, using pygtk for the GUI.
This is the first release. The feature set is limited to storing
scenes to the nanoKONTROL device.
Simple usage instructions are available from the wiki page:
Roy Vegard Ovesen
Xjadeo v0.4.13 has been released. Source & binaries are available from
Xjadeo - the X Jack Video Monitor - is a movie player that synchronizes
video to an external time source such as jack-transport or Midi-timecode.
Release Notes for xjadeo 0.4.13 (svn r265)
Changes (v0.4.12 -> v0.4.13)
* made portmidi optional - Thanks to Alex Stone.
* added 'mididriver' config-file option
* qjadeo - MTC menu: ALSA/JACK
* qjadeo - added OSD box toggle
* fixed remote-ctrl frame notification
* use ffmpeg fps ratio calculation functions
* fixed some spelling errors & text clarifications
On behalf of the guitarix team I'm proud to announce
Guitarix Version 0.11
Guitarix is a simple Linux Rock Guitar amplifier and is designed
to achieve nice thrash/metal/rock/blues guitar sounds.
Guitarix uses the Jack Audio Connection Kit as its audio backend
and brings to the jack audio graph a mono amplifier input/output port,
and a FX mono input with two (stereo) output ports.
Guitarix provides a jack midi input port to connect a midi controller
(midi learn) and a (3 channel) jack midi output port, feed by a
(scalable) mix of the tuner and a beat-detector.
Release 0.11.0 comes with following changes :
Users visible changes:
- new version of the impulse response parameter editor. You can
now graphically define a gain line to be applied to the IR data,
e.g. emphasize a part of the early reflections or damping the
reverb tail to make it fit to your guitar sound.
- the multi-line distortion effect now has 4 frequency bands and
is better optimized
- fix regression from version 0.10.0: now the default preset file is
created again if it doesn't exist (e.g. in new installations).
Changes that might be interesting for Developers:
We put the Guitarix widgets into a library, with the goal of
making them usable independently from Guitarix. You can build
it as shared library and there's a c++ (gtkmm) wrapper, a python
wrapper and glade support. Check it out and look for examples
in those directories, or just build a nice looking display with the
glade editor, and of course ask in our Guitarix forum (it's still
As a side note, Guitarix is now in debian (unstable), of course at
the moment still the previous version 0.10.
guitarix is licensed under the GPL.
Project page with screenshots:
please report bugs and suggestions in our forum here:
For capture, guitarix uses the great 'jack_capture'
(version >= 0.9.30) written by Kjetil S. Matheussen.
If you don't have it installed,
you can look here:
For extra Impulse Responses, guitarix uses the
zita-convolver library, and,
for up/down sampling we use zita-resampler,
both written by Fons Adriaensen.
If you don't have it installed, get it here:
We use the marvellous faust compiler to build the amp and effects and will say
: Julius Smith
: Albert Graef
: Yann Orlary
For faust users :
All used Faust dsp files are included in /guitarix/src/faust,
the resulting cc files are in /guitarix/src/faust-generated
The tools we use to convert (post-processing and plot)
the resulting faust cpp files to the needed include format,
stay in the /guitarix/tools directory.
Hermann Meyer, James Warden, Andreas Degert