this doesn't belong here, but probably nowhere else really. I'd like to create
systematic images/a short video on the commandline. By systematic I mean, not
pictures, but more like colour effects. Evolving shapes, colour changes. Is
there a tool to achieve this on the Linux commandline?
* website: http://juliencoder.de - for summer is a state of sound
* SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/jeanette_c
We still move to a rhythm just like this
We still dream of sharing our first kiss <3
I have created an open source MIDI application called Larasynth. You can
train it with recorded examples of how you would like it to behave, and
then it will adjust your synth's continuous controller parameters live as
you play. More information here:
I plan to actively maintain this project so I would love to hear any
feedback/issues you might have!
Install a GUI
[GUIDE] Raspbian Lite with PIXEL/LXDE/XFCE/MATE/i3 GUI
Then you can use more/other tools like vlc
2017-07-10 14:19 GMT+02:00 David Kamp <davidkamp82(a)gmail.com>:
> I just started to build a sound recording device using a raspberry pi 3 with rasbian lite and a mixpre 6 USB audio interface.
> A first test with arecord seemed to work.
> Are there any other tools for rasbian (sox, ffmpeg or others) that are "better" (for example in regard to reliability)?
> Thanks for any tips!
> Linux-audio-user mailing list
I just started to build a sound recording device using a raspberry pi 3 with rasbian lite and a mixpre 6 USB audio interface.
A first test with arecord seemed to work.
Are there any other tools for rasbian (sox, ffmpeg or others) that are "better" (for example in regard to reliability)?
Thanks for any tips!
I'm trying to understand how IR.lv2 <https://github.com/Anchakor/ir.lv2>
(I'm using the 1.3.2-1kxstudio1 version) manages IR files ; I have this
quite long list of Lexicon480L files
<http://www.housecallfm.com/download-gns-personal-lexicon-480l>, it's in
AIFF format, and first, the files don't show up when you click the "Open
file" button, you have to remove the "audio files" filter and use "all
files" and then you can only select ONE file ; And then, if I want to
try another file, I lose the first one! It's gone, if I want it again
I'll have to "Open" it anew :(
And there's this "Bookmarks" window/pane : When I click "add" I get a
directory requester, if I select my dir (note that at this point, I
*can* see all my aif files inside it, only greyed out) then OK, fine, I
have a "Lexicon 480L" bookmark, but clicking on it does nothing :( I
guess my IR file management is broken..? Note that this works in
Klangfalter, it remembers where the files are, I just have to click one
in the list to load it ; But Then again Klangfalter tends to refuse to
work when I need it the most (you know, "because its buffer-size
requirements cannot be satisfied") so I wanted to try out IR.lv2.
Is this file management thing working at you guys? Is there some config
file where I can get it to work with aif files too?
Thank you for your patience ; my album is going forward, check out
Yassin Philip New album NOW
Guitarix release 0.35.4
Guitarix is a tube amplifier simulation for
jack (Linux), with an additional mono and a stereo effect rack.
Guitarix includes a large list of LV2 and LADSPA plugins, and support
LADSPA / LV2 plugs as well in it's racks.
The guitarix engine is designed for LIVE usage, and feature ultra fast,
glitch and click free preset switching and is full Midi and remote
controllable (the Web UI is not included in the distributed tar ball).
This release removes the dependency to webkitgtk-1.0, which is
deprecated in most distributions those day's.
Instead the old Preset Web Browser, Guitarix use now Gio::File to fill
the new Online Preset Menu were you could inform you about the presets
and select them for downloading from
Thanks to lfzawacki (Lucas) for develop and provide the json API for
this excellent service side.
Refer to our project page for more information:
Consider visiting our forum or leaving a message on
we are organising our 15th "Kieler Open Source und Linux Tage" (northern of
Germany, www.kielux.de), a conference with 4 parallel tracks with talks and
workshops and a smal exhibition for open source community projects and companies.
Is there anybody who would like to hold an Ardour (or about other FLOSS audio
maker tools) talk and/or give a workshop and/or make a booth on our event (14th
- 16th September)?
Please answer by eMail to kontakt(a)kilux.de .
Ok, it seems that on your g++, we need an additional #include <cmath> for a few
files. It should work if you apply the attached patch.
Basically, I haven't decided how I want it to work in the next release, so how
SpectMorph interacts with std::fabs, std::sin and so forth may still change,
but at least this should be enough to compile it.
On Sun, Jul 02, 2017 at 10:40:06PM +0500, 'Nikita Zlobin' via SpectMorph wrote:
> In Tue, 20 Jun 2017 16:32:28 +0200
> Stefan Westerfeld <stefan(a)space.twc.de> wrote:
> Tried to build (using gentoo). No matter, in ebuild or doing manually
> autoreconf, configure, make... it gives these errors:
> before to build i checked history in gitweb, but found nothing related
> since version bump
> > spectmorph-0.3.3 has been released.
> > Overview of Changes in spectmorph-0.3.3:
> > ----------------------------------------
> > * Added portamento:
> > - VST: support MPE to perform per-voice pitch bend (can be used in
> > Bitwig)
> > - new portamento mono mode (all hosts)
> > * Added vibrato.
> > * Internal improvements:
> > - better property abstraction for (non-linear) UI properties
> > - updated polyphase interpolator (used for vibrato|portamento)
> > - fixed a few problems when developing against spectmorph(ui) libs
> > - don't link against Qt UI library when only QtCore is necessary
> > * Compile fixes for g++-6.3
> > What is SpectMorph?
> > -------------------
> > SpectMorph is a free software project which allows to analyze samples
> > of musical instruments, and to combine them (morphing). It can be
> > used to construct hybrid sounds, for instance a sound between a
> > trumpet and a flute; or smooth transitions, for instance a sound that
> > starts as a trumpet and then gradually changes to a flute.
> > SpectMorph ships with many ready-to-use instruments which can be
> > combined using morphing.
> > SpectMorph is implemented in C++ and licensed under the GNU LGPL
> > version 3
> > Integrating SpectMorph into your Work
> > -------------------------------------
> > In order to make music that contains SpectMorph, you currently need
> > to use Linux. There are four ways of integrating SpectMorph sounds
> > into music you create:
> > - LV2 Plugin, for any sequencer that supports it.
> > - VST Plugin, especially for proprietary solutions that don't support
> > LV2.
> > - JACK Client.
> > - BEAST Module, integrating into BEASTs modular environment.
> > Note that at this point, we may still change the way sound synthesis
> > works, so newer versions of SpectMorph may sound (slightly) different
> > than the current version.
> > Links:
> > ------
> > Website: http://www.spectmorph.org
> > Download: http://www.spectmorph.org/downloads/spectmorph-0.3.3.tar.bz2
> > There are many audio demos on the website, which demonstrate morphing
> > between instruments.
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I'm pleased to announce the 20170701 release of WhySynth, a DSSI
softsynth plugin featuring four oscillators per voice, multiple
oscillator, filter, and envelope modes, effects, and more.
New since the last release:
* Over 100 new patch presets, thanks to Brian Collins at
* Patches now have a 'category' field, with which you can organize
the patch list.
* Fixes for a couple security concerns, a pile of bugs, and a raft
of compiler warnings.
* A change to the default knob behavior.
* No new synthesis features (yet).
See below for information on potential breakage or confusion caused
by these changes.
Find WhySynth here:
More information on the DSSI plugin standard, available hosts
and plugins can be found here:
WhySynth is written and copyright (c) 2017 by Sean Bolton,
and licensed under the GNU General Public License, version 2.
Oh, goody, breakage and confusion:
* The addition of the category field meant a change to the patch
file format. Unfortunately, earlier versions of WhySynth were not
designed with forward compatibility in mind. If you save patches in
the new 'version 1' format, older WhySynths will not be able to load
them. If you save patches in the old 'version 0' format, both older
and current versions of WhySynth can use them. (Current versions can
even save and load the categories using 'version 0' format, thanks
to a bit of a hack, but don't round-trip from new to old to new
versions of WhySynth, or you'll lose your categories.)
* This release changes the default mouse button bindings of the
knobs. Previously, dragging mouse button 1 made changes in angular
mode: the knob would (quite abruptly) move to point toward the mouse
pointer. Dragging mouse button 3 used to operate in linear mode,
where moving the pointer vertically or horizontally would make
smooth incremental changes. This release swaps that behavior
between the two buttons, to what I think is a more usable default.
If you prefer the old behavior, you can add the following to your
gtk-control-rotary-prefer-angular = 1