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[LAA] Sonic Visualiser v2.4 released

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Chris Cannam <cannam@...>
Subject: [LAA] Sonic Visualiser v2.4 released
Date: Sep 27, 8:20 pm 2014

Sonic Visualiser is an application for inspecting and analysing the
contents of music audio files. It combines powerful waveform and
spectral visualisation tools with automated feature extraction plugins
and annotation capabilities.

Version 2.4 of Sonic Visualiser is now available. This release contains
some interesting new features, perhaps most noteworthy the ability to
sonify (play back) continuous frequency curve layers, as well as a
number of bug fixes and code quality improvements.

http://www.sonicvisualiser.org/

For more information, please read the change log at:

http://code.soundsoftware.ac.uk/projects/sonic-visualiser/repository/entry/CHANGELOG

Sonic Visualiser uses Vamp plugins for automated audio feature analysis.
For more information about Vamp plugins, including downloads and
developer resources, see

http://vamp-plugins.org/

Sonic Visualiser is Free Software under the GNU General Public Licence,
developed at the Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of
London.


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[LAA] QMidiArp-0.6.1 maintenance release

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Frank Kober <goemusic@...>
Subject: [LAA] QMidiArp-0.6.1 maintenance release
Date: Sep 24, 7:24 pm 2014

Here is a new qmidiarp release, some small things take some days more than 9
months, don't they?
Along with a couple of (important) bugfixes and changes mainly regarding the
QMidiArp LV2 plugin suite, 0.6.1 comes with only one new feature: the Arp can
now step up and down octaves after a chord has been arped through, nothing
more than what you would expect from an Arp right? Although this is something
that was already partly possible by constructing a rather long pattern, it is
now simply selectable from combo boxes.

The LV2 plugins should now work fine in Ardour, Qtractor and Carla (1 and
upcoming 2) including transport synchronisation and preset storage.

Qt5 build is supported via configure option, but not recommended at the moment
since the LV2 user interfaces wouldn't work in non Qt5 hosts, so basically
nowhere.

Thanks go to the reliable translators and to the bug reporters, but also to
Rui and Filipe for making their plugin hosts better and better.

Enjoy
Frank
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[LAA] Qtractor 0.6.3 - The Armed Hadron beta release!

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Rui Nuno Capela <rncbc@...>
Subject: [LAA] Qtractor 0.6.3 - The Armed Hadron beta release!
Date: Sep 22, 7:11 pm 2014

Ah, the equinox...

Twice a year a cherished planetary alignment checks in on schedule,
once again.

The little rock gets another round from its warmy solar furnax, from
which were forged. The pale blue dot gets yet another round and to no
surprise, another tinier dot gets here around:

Qtractor 0.6.3 (armed hadron beta) is now released!

Release highlights:
* Revamped mixer (un)dockable panels (NEW)
* Plugin preset selection sub-menu (NEW)
* LV2 Time position/transport event support (NEW)
* Constrained plugin multi-instantiation (FIX)
* Automation curve node resolution (FIX)

Qtractor is an audio/MIDI multi-track sequencer application written
in C++ with the Qt4 framework. Target platform is Linux, where the Jack
Audio Connection Kit (JACK) for audio and the Advanced Linux Sound
Architecture (ALSA) for MIDI are the main infrastructures to evolve as a
fairly-featured Linux desktop audio workstation GUI, specially dedicated
to the personal home-studio.

nb. Despite the old Qt4 stance, but still recommended, Qtractor does
build, runs and does it all on Qt5 for quite some time now. However, the
former recommendation prevails as the despicable LV2 plugin GUI
X11/embedding support through libSUIL just does NOT work on modern Qt5.


Website:
http://qtractor.sourceforge.net

Project page:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/qtractor

Downloads:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/qtractor/files

- source tarball:
http://download.sourceforge.net/qtractor/qtractor-0.6.3.tar.gz

- source package (openSUSE 13.1):

http://download.sourceforge.net/qtractor/qtractor-0.6.3-13.rncbc.suse131.src.rpm

- binary packages (openSUSE 13.1):

http://download.sourceforge.net/qtractor/qtractor-0.6.3-13.rncbc.suse131.i586.rpm

http://download.sourceforge.net/qtractor/qtractor-0.6.3-13.rncbc.suse131.x86_84.rpm

- quick start guide & user manual (still outdated, see wiki):
http://download.sourceforge.net/qtractor/qtractor-0.5.x-user-manual.pdf

- wiki (help wanted!):
http://sourceforge.net/p/qtractor/wiki/

Weblog (upstream support):
http://www.rncbc.org

License:
Qtractor is free, open-source software, distributed under the terms
of the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2 or later.

Change-log:
- Make the mouse-wheel to scroll the plugin list views, when not
hovering a direct-access parameter slider.
- Mixer widget gets (un)dockable Inputs and Outputs panels, also with
their respective title captions.
- Plugin instantiation is now constrained as much to prevent any audio
channel output overriding.
- Existing plugin presets may now be selected right(-click) from plugin
list context-menu (ticket by Harry van Haaren, thanks).
- So-called "painting" over multiple selected event values, while on the
MIDI clip editor view pane below the main piano-roll (eg. note
velocities, controller values, etc.) is now split into two similar
painting modes, whether the sub-menu Edit/Select Mode/Edit Draw is set
on (free-hand) or off (linear).
- Drag-and-copy of plug-in instances across tracks or buses (ie.
cloning) now also copies the direct access parameter setting (ticket by
Holger Marzen, thanks).
- File/Save As... now prompts and suggests an incremental backup name
for existing sessions files.
- Zooming in/out increment is now augmented by whether shift /ctrl
keyboard modifiers are set (on a ticket request by
Holger Marzen, thanks).
- LV2 Time position event messages for plugin atom ports that support it
is now being implemented.
- Attempt to break extremely long audio [message continues]

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[LAA] Rivendell v2.9.3

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Fred Gleason <fredg@...>
Subject: [LAA] Rivendell v2.9.3
Date: Sep 20, 7:37 pm 2014

On behalf of the entire Rivendell development team, I'm pleased to
announce the availability of Rivendell v2.9.3. Rivendell is a
full-featured radio automation system targeted for use in professional
broadcast environments. It is available under the GNU General Public
License.

From the NEWS file:
*** snip snip ***
Changes:
Fixed a DSP bug that caused audio distortion in the Local Audio
Adapter device for ALSA.

Various other bug fixes. See the ChangeLog for details.

Database Update:
This version of Rivendell uses database schema version 239, and will
automatically upgrade any earlier versions. To see the current
schema version prior to upgrade, see RDAdmin->SystemInfo.

As always, be sure to run RDAdmin immediately after upgrading to
allow any necessary changes to the database schema to be applied.
*** snip snip ***

Further information, screenshots and download links are available at:

http://www.rivendellaudio.org/

Cheers!


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| | Paravel Systems |
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[LAA] [ANN] Super Announcement - All MOD software for your PC

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Gianfranco Ceccolini <gianfranco@...>
Subject: [LAA] [ANN] Super Announcement - All MOD software for your PC
Date: Sep 18, 6:50 am 2014

Hello Linux Audio Users and Developers

In less than an our the MOD Duo Kickstarter campaign will go live and so it is with great pleasure that the MOD Team makes the announcement of the desktop versions for our entire software suite.

Some of this software has already been announced in the past but, as part of our Kickstarter campaign, we put the necessary effort to have them running in a regular Linux environment and not just inside the MOD. All instructions in Github were also updated in order to yield working elements when followed.

Most of this software has been under development for almost two years and their history is related to the development of the MOD itself. Being so, they carry some differences in workflow when compared to other LV2 programs and our current effort is being put on correcting those differences.


The softwares are:


MOD Client - run your LV2 plugins using the MOD interface.

https://github.com/portalmod/mod-client


——————————————————————————————————————————

MOD SDK - plugin interface creator

Use this program to create the HTML interface required by the MOD Client. If you don’t create an interface the plugins still work, but their icons will be a tuna fish can with just the ON/OFF button. When you click on the gear symbol on the upper right side of the icon you have access to the Plugin Settings Screen in which all parameters are visible.

The MOD SDK is Python based and can be installed by typing “pip install modsdk”

As the MOD Client, it runs on your browser and requires a mod-workspace folder (or link) in which you place your LV2 bundles.

Just run “modsdk" in your terminal and point your browser to localhost:9000

There is also post on our blog about the SDK: http://portalmod.com/blog/2014/09/the-mod-sdk

——————————————————————————————————————————

LV2BM - tool for analyzing and benchmarking LV2 plugins

Allows to select which URIs to test

Uses minimum, maximum and default control values to run the plugins

Uses several controls combinations in the full test mode

The output shows the JACK load percent


——————————————————————————————————————————

Plugins


- CAPS-LV2
LV2 port of the CAPS suite of LADSPA plugins.

- TAP-LV2 -
LV2 port of the TAP suite of LADSPA plugins.

- Pitch shifters - http://github.com/portalmod/mod-pitchshifter
Capo - up to 7 semitones up pitch shifting
SuperCapo - up to 24 semitones up pitch shifting
Drop - up to 12 semitones down pitch shifting
SuperWhammy - continuous pitch shifting from -12 to 24 semitones
Harmonizer - scale interval generator

- Utilities - https://github.com/portalmod/mod-utilities
Switchbox - A/B box for audio signal routing
SwitchTrigger - 4 excluding channel selector
ToggleSwitch - 4 non-excluding channel selector
Gain (mono and stereo)
Filters (LP, HP and BP) - 1st, 2nd and 3rd order
Two way mono crossover - 1st, 2nd and 3rd order
Three way mono crossover - 1st, 2nd and 3rd order

- Distortions - mathematical simulations of classic distortion circuits
BigMuff
DS-1
Muff Fuzz

- SopoperLooper
LV2 simplified port of the SooperLooper.

All plugins from our repository have the HTML MOD GUI included.

In our Github repository - www.github.com/portalmod - we also have plugins that were forked from the original repositories.

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[LAA] OpenAV ArtyFX 1.2 Released!

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Harry van Haaren <harryhaaren@...>
Subject: [LAA] OpenAV ArtyFX 1.2 Released!
Date: Sep 18, 6:50 am 2014

Hey *,

Its my pleasure to release ArtyFX 1.2!

Checkout the plugins on the website: now
includes quick reference for each plugin:
http://openavproductions.com/artyfx/

Code available on github:
https://github.com/harryhaaren/openAV-ArtyFX/releases/tag/release-1.2

Cheers -Harry

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[LAA] Vee One Suite 0.5.1 - One second official beta release!

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Rui Nuno Capela <rncbc@...>
Subject: [LAA] Vee One Suite 0.5.1 - One second official beta release!
Date: Sep 18, 6:50 am 2014

Howdy,

The gand-of-three aka. the Vee One Suite of old-school
soft(ware)-instruments, featuring synthv1 [1], a polyphonic synthesizer,
samplv1 [2], a polyphonic sampler and drumkv1 [3], as a drum-kit
sampler, are once again released in beta phase though.

The changes for this one second beta release are the following:

- Fixed LV2 plugin relative/absolute file path state resolution.
(drumkv1 [3] only).
- One decimal digit added to all scalar parameters and knobs.
- Stand-alone JACK client ports outrageously renamed from a zero based
numbering scheme into a plus one natural one.
- Experimental LV2 Time/position atom-event support (Delay BPM).

Please, don't hesitate to ask whether any of the above esoteric babbles
doesn't get you on to update as soon as you can. One special note goes
for all the users out there of drumkv1 [3] LV2 genre: the update is not
just interesting but a must, seriously ;).

As usual, all is available in dual form:

- a pure stand-alone JACK [4] client with JACK-session, NSM [5] (Non
Session management) and both JACK MIDI and ALSA [6] MIDI input support;
- a LV2 [7] instrument plug-in.

The Vee One Suite are free and open-source Linux Audio software,
distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL) [8]
version 2 or later.

The gore details are as follows ;)

* synthv1 - an old-school polyphonic synthesizer [1] *

synthv1 0.5.1 (second official beta) is out!

synthv1 is an old-school all-digital 4-oscillator subtractive
polyphonic synthesizer with stereo fx.

LV2 URI: http://synthv1.sourceforge.net/lv2

website:
http://synthv1.sourceforge.net

downloads:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/synthv1/files

- source tarball:
http://download.sourceforge.net/synthv1/synthv1-0.5.1.tar.gz

- source package:

http://download.sourceforge.net/synthv1synthv1-0.5.1-18.rncbc.suse131.src.rpm

- binary packages:

http://download.sourceforge.net/synthv1synthv1-0.5.1-18.rncbc.suse131.i586.rpm

http://download.sourceforge.net/synthv1synthv1-0.5.1-18.rncbc.suse131.x86_84.rpm


* samplv1 - an old-school polyphonic sampler [2] *

samplv1 0.5.1 (second official beta) is out!

samplv1 is an old-school polyphonic sampler synthesizer with stereo fx.

LV2 URI: http://samplv1.sourceforge.net/lv2

website:
http://samplv1.sourceforge.net

downloads:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/samplv1/files

- source tarball:
http://download.sourceforge.net/samplv1/samplv1-0.5.1.tar.gz

- source package:

http://download.sourceforge.net/samplv1/samplv1-0.5.1-18.rncbc.suse131.src.rpm

- binary packages:

http://download.sourceforge.net/samplv1/samplv1-0.5.1-18.rncbc.suse131.i586.rpm

http://download.sourceforge.net/samplv1/samplv1-0.5.1-18.rncbc.suse131.x86_84.rpm


* drumkv1 - an old-school drum-kit sampler [3] *

drumkv1 0.5.1 (second official beta) is out!

drumkv1 an old-school drum-kit sampler synthesizer with stereo fx.

LV2 URI: http://drumkv1.sourceforge.net/lv2

website:
http://drumkv1.sourceforge.net

downloads:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/drumkv1/files

- source tarball:
http://download.sourceforge.net/drumkv1/drumkv1-0.5.1.tar.gz

- source package:

http://download.sourceforge.net/drumkv1/drumkv1-0.5.1-14.rncbc.suse131.src.rpm

- binary packages:

http://download.sourceforge.net/drumkv1/drumkv1-0.5.1-14.rncbc.suse131.i586.rpm

http://download.sourceforge.net/dr [message continues]

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[LAA] Rivendell v2.9.2

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Fred Gleason <fredg@...>
Subject: [LAA] Rivendell v2.9.2
Date: Sep 18, 6:49 am 2014

On behalf of the entire Rivendell development team, I'm pleased to
announce the availability of Rivendell v2.9.2. Rivendell is a
full-featured radio automation system targeted for use in professional
broadcast environments. It is available under the GNU General Public
License.

From the NEWS file:
Changes:
Fixed a regression that broke report generation.

Database Update:
This version of Rivendell uses database schema version 239, and will
automatically upgrade any earlier versions. To see the current
schema version prior to upgrade, see RDAdmin->SystemInfo.

As always, be sure to run RDAdmin immediately after upgrading to
allow any necessary changes to the database schema to be applied.

*** snip snip ***

Further information, screenshots and download links are available at:

http://www.rivendellaudio.org/

Cheers!


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[LAA] Rivendell v2.9.1

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Fred Gleason <fredg@...>
Subject: [LAA] Rivendell v2.9.1
Date: Sep 11, 6:57 pm 2014

On behalf of the entire Rivendell development team, I'm pleased to
announce the availability of Rivendell v2.9.1. Rivendell is a
full-featured radio automation system targeted for use in professional
broadcast environments. It is available under the GNU General Public
License.

From the NEWS file:
Changes:
RDImport Enhancements. Added '--cart-number-offset' and
'--set-daypart-times' switches to rdimport(1) while also extending
metadata import for SCOT chunks to include segue marker data.

New Device Support. Added support for the Broadcast Tools
GPI-16 General Purpose Input Module. See the 'SWITCHERS.txt' file
for details.

Build System Cleanups. Cleaned up many autotool and compiler
warnings while also implementing a '--sysconfdir=' switch in
'configure'. See the 'INSTALL' file for details.

Various bug fixes. See the ChangeLog for details.

Database Update:
This version of Rivendell uses database schema version 239, and will
automatically upgrade any earlier versions. To see the current
schema version prior to upgrade, see RDAdmin->SystemInfo.

As always, be sure to run RDAdmin immediately after upgrading to
allow any necessary changes to the database schema to be applied.
*** snip snip ***

Further information, screenshots and download links are available at:

http://www.rivendellaudio.org/

Cheers!


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| | Paravel Systems |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
| "No, `Eureka!' is Greek for `This bath is too hot!'" |
| -- Dr. Who |
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[LAA] DrumGizmo 0.9.6 released

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Lars Muldjord <muldjordlars@...>
Subject: [LAA] DrumGizmo 0.9.6 released
Date: Sep 11, 6:57 pm 2014

We're very proud to announce the immediate availability of DrumGizmo
version 0.9.6!

New features / fixes include:
- 64bit dll for Windows. Loading of bigger kits now possible if you
have the ram for it.
- Better spread of velocities for instruments with few samples. This
was especially a problem with the cymbals in MuldjordKit2.
- Possible fix for the bug where certain hits would seem to disappear.
Please re-report this if you still experience it!
- Possible fix for the bug where all hits got played at highest
velocity. Please re-report this if you still experience it!
- Bug fixes! If you had a problem with 0.9.5, please try out 0.9.6 and
let us know if you still have the same problem.

Notes:
The drumkit editor DGEdit is now split out into its own project. More
info on this soon.

Download it from http://www.drumgizmo.org

Visit us at the official irc channel at the Freenode network. Channel
name is #DrumGizmo. We would love to hear from you.

// The DrumGizmo team
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[LAA] Port of U-HE synthesizers to Linux

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Alexandre Bique <bique.alexandre@...>
Subject: [LAA] Port of U-HE synthesizers to Linux
Date: Sep 9, 10:10 am 2014

Hi,

Urs kindly offered me to port his plugins to Linux and we are now
starting some initial testing with Podolski, which is a free
synthesizer (free as in beer).

I invite you to download Podolski for Linux and participate in the
test at http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=31&t=419984&p=5869575

Thanks a lot, and I hop that you'll enjoy it!

Regards,
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[LAA] [ANN] Virtual MIDI Piano Keyboard (VMPK) 0.6.0 has been released

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas <pedro.lopez.cabanillas@...>
Subject: [LAA] [ANN] Virtual MIDI Piano Keyboard (VMPK) 0.6.0 has been released
Date: Sep 9, 10:10 am 2014

Virtual MIDI Piano Keyboard is a MIDI events generator and receiver. It
doesn't produce any sound by itself, but can be used to drive a MIDI
synthesizer (either hardware or software, internal or external). You can use
the computer's keyboard to play MIDI notes, and also the mouse. You can use
the Virtual MIDI Piano Keyboard to display the played MIDI notes from
another instrument or MIDI file player.

Changes for v0.6.0:
* Qt5 migration completed. XCB replacing Xlib on Linux/Unix
* RtMIDI replaced by Drumstick-RT with pluggable backends: ALSA Seq, OSS,
Windows, Mac OSX, Network and FluidSynth.
* Ticket #39: keyboard can start on any note
* Allow to configure any number of keys, instead of full octaves
* New translations: Serbian and Galician

Requirements for all platforms: CMake 2.8/3.0 and Qt 5.1 or later.

Please use the mailing list for questions
and comments. Thanks.

Copyright (C) 2008-2014, Pedro López-Cabanillas and others
License: GPL v3

More info
http://vmpk.sourceforge.net

Downloads
http://sourceforge.net/projects/vmpk/files/vmpk/0.6.0/

Regards,
Pedro


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[LAA] OpenAV: ArtyFX 1.2 Announce

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Harry van Haaren <harryhaaren@...>
Subject: [LAA] OpenAV: ArtyFX 1.2 Announce
Date: Sep 5, 8:18 pm 2014

Hi!

OpenAV is pleased to announce ArtyFX 1.2, bringing three
new plugins to the ArtyFX suite!

Demo video:
http://youtu.be/yPR-P4CZjns

The three plugins are:
-Bitta, for bit crushing
-Vihda, for stereo width
-Panda, for compression/expansion

OpenAV is now accepting donations for these plugins,
details at the ArtyFX page.
http://www.openavproductions.com/artyfx

Cheers, -Harry

www.openavproductions.com
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[LAA]

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Takashi Iwai <tiwai@...>
Subject: [LAA]
Date: Sep 5, 7:30 pm 2014

Hi,

like previous years, we're going to hold a meeting to discuss
lowlevel audio on Linux. This time it's along with Linux Plumbers
conference, so many people who work on the lowlevel stuff (sound
drivers, sound backends, etc) can meet up nicely there.

For avoiding the conflicts with other LPC mini conferences (and other
parallel conferences), our meeting will be held on Tuesday October 14,
at the same venue as LPC, Congress Center Düsseldorf, Germany.

If anyone is interested, feel free to sign up in the attendee list
below. It's a public accessible Google doc, so you can edit freely.

http://goo.gl/VbXLPW

(or https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wBAiAyZSnMjVFJbxdXE5JoVdKGIBIWt-4tuSsHzGw4w/edit?usp=sharing)

The topics that have been currently raised are found in the URL below.
If you have any more topics to discuss there, just put your favorite
one in the URL below as well.

http://goo.gl/JSasQ9

(or https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cXzON65QYNrTXi31AIQHffUZ9NWwJuNEJAC0ubfKlZc/edit?usp=sharing)

If you have any question or suggestion, drop me a mail.


Thanks!

Takashi
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[LAA] linuxaudio mailing lists and gmail issues (bounces)

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Marc-Olivier Barre <marco@...>
Subject: [LAA] linuxaudio mailing lists and gmail issues (bounces)
Date: Sep 1, 9:40 am 2014

Hi everyone,

Some of you might have noticed, we're having issues delivering mailing lists
posts to gmail users (it can be fairly random). I'm also having similar
issues at work and on my own server. It seems gmail has tightened their
filtering rules a bit and generate quite the amount of backscatter emails
which generally results in mailman accounts being disabled.

TL;DR
mailman issues, gmail sucks, I'm working on a fix :)

Cheers !
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XMPP ID : marco@marcochapeau.org
www.MarcOChapeau.org
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[LAA] Drumstick 1.0.0 Released

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas <pedro.lopez.cabanillas@...>
Subject: [LAA] Drumstick 1.0.0 Released
Date: Aug 31, 3:56 am 2014

Drumstick is a set of MIDI libraries using C++/Qt5 idioms and style. Includes
a C++ wrapper around the ALSA library sequencer interface: ALSA sequencer
provides software support for MIDI technology on Linux. A complementary
library provides classes for processing SMF (Standard MIDI files: .MID/.KAR),
Cakewalk (.WRK), and Overture (.OVE) file formats. A multiplatform realtime
MIDI I/O library is also provided.

Changes:
* migration to Qt5.
* new library: drumstick-rt for multiplatform realtime MIDI I/O.

Copyright (C) 2009-2014, Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas
License: GPL v2 or later

Project web site
http://sourceforge.net/projects/drumstick

Online documentation
http://drumstick.sourceforge.net/docs/

Downloads
http://sourceforge.net/projects/drumstick/files/

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[LAA] Luppp 1.0.1 Bugfix release

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Harry van Haaren <harryhaaren@...>
Subject: [LAA] Luppp 1.0.1 Bugfix release
Date: Aug 31, 3:55 am 2014

Hey all,

OpenAV is pleased to announce the Luppp 1.0.1 bugfix release!
Webpage: http://openavproductions.com/luppp/#release
Github: https://github.com/harryhaaren/openAV-Luppp/releases/tag/release-1.0.1

Features added:
-Metronome has seperate JACK port
-Play / Stop functionality for transport
-Arrow keys on keyboard move special clip
-Keyboard capitals clears clips
-Updated icon / integration

Bugs fixed:
-JACK timebase master BPM / BBT fixed
-Fixed packaging issues
-Ogg file loading available
-Preferences file auto-written

Merge requests thanks:
-AutoStatic
-Florian Paul Schmidt
-katacarbix
-keszybz

Packages, feel free to work your magic if/when you have time :)
Cheers, -Harry of OpenAV.
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[LAA] Yoshimi V 1.2.3

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Will Godfrey <willgodfrey@...>
Subject: [LAA] Yoshimi V 1.2.3
Date: Aug 27, 12:13 pm 2014

Up on sourceforge now.

It's faster:
Has better compatibility with Zyn:
Has some usability enhancements:
Introduces 'naturalising', a small, configurable, per part random pitch shift:

Kudos to Mark and Paul for an interesting optimisation to Zyn in AddSynth.

At the last minute I heard of a bug in ALSA MIDI where trying to auto connect
resulted in Yoshi bailing out, so from this version onward until I can sort it
out the feature is disabled.

--
Will J Godfrey
http://www.musically.me.uk
Say you have a poem and I have a tune.
Exchange them and we can both have a poem, a tune, and a song.
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[LAA] [ANN] xjadeo 0.8.0

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Robin Gareus <robin@...>
Subject: [LAA] [ANN] xjadeo 0.8.0
Date: Aug 22, 2:15 pm 2014


Xjadeo is a video player that displays a video-clip in synchronized to
an external time source (MTC, LTC, JACK-transport).

http://xjadeo.sf.net/

-=-

Greetings Soundtrack Designers and fellow Multimedia Artists,

Xjadeo version 0.8.0 just came out and brings a lot of significant
changes. Most notably:

* openGL display
* video-frame indexing
* built-in UI / context menu

With openGL, video-scaling is now performed in hardware and playback
synchronized to the screen's vertical refresh (if the hardware permits
that; most graphics cards do). This is the new default display and
supersedes prior platform-specific video outputs (XVideo, X11/imlib2,
SDL, quartz, which are still available via the --vo option and also used
a fallback).

Video files are now scanned and indexed on load which provides for
reliable seeking to video frames for a wide variety of codecs where
frame-accurate seeking was not possible with earlier versions of xjadeo.
This also acts as a guard to detect and refuse broken video files early on.

User interaction has been overhauled, most notably by adding a menu that
facilitates discovering key-bindings. This deprecates the external
control application qjadeo which previously came with xjadeo.


There have been over 200 changes since the last release, the complete
changelog is available at https://github.com/x42/xjadeo
Other highlights include:

* separate On-Screen-Display for Sync-Source and Video Timecode
* self-documenting OSC API
* disable screensaver
* 64 bit timeline
* new website

Note that various command line options have changed. The seek-related
-K, -k parameters are no longer needed due to the change to indexing.
Letterbox is enabled by default, and it is now also possible to start
xjadeo without an initial file. In short, a lot of defaults have been
updated to make xjadeo more topical (despite that fact the the menu for
the X11 variant is plain old toolkit-less Xlib :)


Statically linked binaries are available for GNU/Linux, OSX and Windows
from http://xjadeo.sourceforge.net/download.html as is the source code
in terms of the GPLv2.

xjadeo is developed and has been tested for accuracy with ffmpeg-2.2.5
it may or may not work properly with different versions, but compiles
with any version of ffmpeg >= 1.0 to date.

Many thanks to Chris Goddard who provided valuable feedback and spent
several weeks on quality assurance and polishing user interaction. We're
far from done on the quest to 1.0, yet 0.8.0 marks a major milestone in
the life of xjadeo.


Cheers!
robin
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Re: [LAA] [LAU] [LAD] hrec

laa - 39 min 35 sec ago
From: Egor Sanin <egor.sanin@...>
Subject: Re: [LAA] [LAU] [LAD] hrec
Date: Aug 22, 7:40 am 2014

Hi Silvain

Thanks for trying it out!

On 8/21/14, F. Silvain wrote:
> Hey egor,
> thanks for the new tool. I just installed and ran into this error:
> *** cut ***
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "/usr/local/bin/hrec", line 19, in
> from pyeca import *
> File "/usr/lib/python3.1/lib-dynload/pyeca.py", line 46, in
> from ecacontrol import *
> File "/usr/lib/python3.1/lib-dynload/ecacontrol.py", line 77
> print 'c=' + I._cmd
> ^
> SyntaxError: invalid syntax
> *** end ***
>
> I just updated ecasound from git and made sure it compiled with python3.1 .

Yeah at the moment I can only confirm that hrec works when run with
Python2 explicitly. As I mentioned I had problems running it with
Python3. As far as I know, the pyeca python module, which I use as a
bridge between hrec and ecasound, doesn't play well with Python3.

Try installing hrec with python2 explicitly, on Arch Linux it would be
like this:

$ python2 setup.py install
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