Release 0.4.1 of jnoisemeter is available at the usual place:
Jnoisemeter is a small Jack app for accurate measurement of
audio signals, in particular noise signals. See README for
New in this release: IEC class 0 octave band filters.
I have released SoundTracker v1.0.4. Comparing to the last
pre-release, 1.0.3-pre2, it contains several important bugfixes, so I
recommend everyone to upgrade. Its main revolutionary feature is a
facility to process samples by any external program that can
communicate through STDIO. The interaction with such a program is
described used XML specs (not documented yet, but the comprehensive
example: much of SOX functions, is included), so one need not
recompile ST, only restart after adding new specs.
Other main features of the 1.0.4 release are:
- Full-screen mode
- Volume of all samples of an instrument / all samples in the module can be
set to a value, not only gained. Also all samples panning can be adjusted.
These functions can also modify the explicitly given values of volume /
panning of notes in patterns
- Improved compatibility with FastTracker, also MOD files are played more
- Unused patterns are listed in the Pattern Sequence Editor
- Sampling rate can be specified while saving a sample as WAV
- New module optimizer with many control parameters
* Track Editor:
- Moving notes up / down is implemented
* Sample Editor:
- The whole sample is drawn after recording
- Exponential / reverse exponential volume fade transients
* Instrument Editor:
- Envelope inversion and shifting is implemented
You can find more new features in NEWS file.
SoundTracker download page:
The Programmable Audio Workshop (PAW) is a yearly one day FREE event gathering members of the programmable audio community around scientific talks and hands-on workshops. The 2023 edition of PAW is hosted by the INRIA/INSA/GRAME-CNCM Emeraude Team at the Marie Curie Library of INSA Lyon (France) on December 2nd, 2023. The theme of this year's PAW is "Artificial Intelligence and Audio Programming Languages" with a strong focus on computer music languages (i.e., Faust, ChucK, and PureData). The main aim of PAW-23 is to give an overview of the various ways artificial intelligence is used and approached in the context of Domain Specific Languages (DSL) for real-time audio Digital Signal Processing (DSP).
As a side event, we will also be organizing a "Faust/FPGA" workshop on Dec. 1, 2023 in Lyon.
More information as well as the full program of these events are available at: https://paw.grame.fr
We look forward to seeing you there and we remain at your disposal if you have any questions.
Stéphane for the PAW-23 Team