jack_capture is a program for recording soundfiles with jack. Its default
operation is to capture whatever sound is going out to your speakers into
a file. This is the program I always wanted to have for jack, but no
one made. So here it is.
Changes 0.9.3 -> 0.9.4:
*Fixed bug that caused max 2 channels to be recorded.
Download from http://www.notam02.no/arkiv/src/
jack_mixer version 3 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 2:
* Detect NaNs
* Dont mix nan sample and next samples in current jack frame (only messed channel)
* Show NaNs to user (abspeak goes red and shows NaN)
* Reset channel NaN status on abspeak reset
* Switch to autotools (prepare for JACK MIDI support)
Homepage with screenshots: http://home.gna.org/jackmixer/
Nedko Arnaudov <GnuPG KeyID: DE1716B0>
Rejected, OK ... Sorry but;
Really, this worked the first week after migration, what's up now?
Is it that it took me this long to respond to the Berlin-TU event?
please, I am an old man and can't move my braincells - let along my
email accounts - that fast anymore .. :-D
pyliblo is a Python wrapper for the liblo OSC library. It does not yet
wrap all of liblo's functionality, but includes everything you need to
send and receive almost any kind of OSC message, using a nice and simple
Python API. OSC can hardly get any easier :)
Also included are two scripts, send_osc and dump_osc, which are similar to
the well known sendOSC/dumpOSC programs, but much simpler and less
cumbersome to install.
Get pyliblo 0.5 here:
FOR IMMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Paul Davis, Founder & Lead Developer
+1 610 667 4807
ARDOUR 2.0 RELEASED FOR OS X AND LINUX
Philadelphia, USA April 30th, 2007
The developers of Ardour are happy to announce the release of version
2.0 of the award winning digital audio workstation. Ardour transforms
any computer running Linux or OS X into a tool to record, edit and mix
multi-track audio. You can produce CDs, mix video soundtracks, or just
experiment with new ideas about music and sound. Version 2.0 is
available as an OS X (10.4) universal package
(http://ardour.org/files/releases/Ardour-2.0.dmg) and also as source
code (http://ardour.org/files/releases/ardour-2.0.tar.bz2). Linux
distributions will have prebuilt binaries available in the near future.
Nearly 2 years of work have gone into this new version. Along the way
a huge number of bugs were fixed, performance and workflow were
improved, and many new features were added. Highlights of version 2.0
compared to the last stable release (0.99) include:
* new user interface featuring:
- more accessible menus
- improved overall GUI design
- instant accelerator key rebinding direct from menus
* destructive recording ("dubbing") capabilities (as used by
the new Harrison Xdubber)
* undo/redo across program startup/shutdown
* redesigned and more stable support for VST
* support for 24 bit integer native files in addition to
32 bit float as in 0.99
* modular support for hardware control surfaces, including the
Frontier Designs Tranzport and Mackie Control Protocol devices
In addition there are literally hundreds of minor fixes and smaller
features that have accumulated during the work on 2.0. This new
version is fully backward-compatible with older releases of Ardour,
and can be installed in parallel with them. Please note that older
versions cannot load sessions saved by Ardour 2.0.
With the release of 2.0, the project's development will accelerate as
it returns to focusing on major features and workflow. We also look
forward to the results of this summer's Google Summer of Code projects
involving MIDI editing and surround panning. We expect to release
version 2.1 within a few months, containing new features that have
been under development but were not merged into this release.
Ardour is available for free download from the ardour.org website. We
encourage users to support the development of the software through
subscriptions and donations. The software itself is available free of
Ardour capabilities include: multichannel recording, non-destructive
editing with unlimited undo/redo, full automation support, a powerful
mixer, unlimited tracks/busses/plugins, `persistent undo',
multi-language support, destructive track punching modes, timecode
synchronization, and hardware control from surfaces like the Mackie
Control Universal. The program has a completely flexible "anything to
anywhere" routing system, and will allow as many physical I/O ports as
your system allows. Ardour supports a wide range of audio-for-video
features such as video-synced playback and pullup/pulldown sample
Started in 2000 by one of the founding programmers at Amazon.com,
Ardour is developed by a worldwide group of programmers with testing
and feedback from a widely distributed network of musicians and audio
engineers. Running on Linux and OS X, it strives to meet the needs of
professional users. Ardour has received commercial sponsorship from
major console manufacturers, Google and others. Many of Ardour's
developers have also participated in the development of JACK, the de
facto standard for inter-application audio routing on OS X and Linux.
Ardour is released under the GNU Public License (GPL), providing its
users the ability to freely modify, redistribute and learn.
For more information, please visit www.ardour.org
I did a rewrite of JackMiniMix.
It's now called JackMixDesk has a configurable number of mono/stereo
channels, pre and post sends, LASH support, a XML config file and an
additional GTK interface which can be started on demand.
Im working on a SVG knob widget to make the interface use less ram and
I'm planning to implement MIDI support.
If you have comments or find any bugs, please let me know.
Ulrich Lorenz Schlueter
I've created an XPCOM component that wraps LibLo, allowing you to
It's sort of raw right now, and hasn't yet been ported to Windows or
OS X, but doing so shouldn't be too hard. I really don't have time to
work on it right now, so I thought I may as well upload it and make it
available to other people who might be interested instead of allowing
it to accumulate mold in my subversion repository.
Anyways, this should allow people to use their SVG/HTML web-design-fu
to create nice interfaces to audio applications, PureData patches,
among other things.
If anyone's interested in improving it, please feel free to send me
patches or even to fork it.
hello, i would like to unsubscribe from the mailinglist, however since
there where changes in the administration i receive daily mails, that
was different before. but i dont understand where i can change this by