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Coming or untested applications

  • Gmix A front end Gnome audio mixer application for manipulating sound levels of all audio devices in a Linux workstation.

  • GTV MPEG Player A MPEG file player application.

  • G sound Recorder A simple sound recorder and sound player for Gnome.

  • ardour This is a "professional" multitrack, multichannel audio recorder and DAW (digital audio workstation) application. It supports up to 32 bit samples, 24+ channels at up to 96kHz, full MMC control, non-destructive, non-linear editor and LADSA plugins. Ardour is intended to be a full, professional replacement for recording equipment such as multiple Alesis ADAT or Tascam MDM tape systems, and the new HDR platforms.

  • musickit The MusicKit is an object-oriented software system for building music, sound, signal processing, and MIDI applications. It has been used in such diverse commercial applications as music sequencers, computer games, and document processors. Professors and students in academia have used the MusicKit in a host of areas, including music performance, scientific experiments, computer-aided instruction, and physical modeling. The MusicKit was the first to unify the MIDI and Music V paradigms, thus combining interaction with generality.

    The NeXT MusicKit was first demonstrated at the 1988 NeXT product introduction and was bundled in NeXT software releases 1.0 and 2.0. Beginning with NeXT's 3.0 release, the MusicKit was no longer part of the standard NeXT software release. Instead, it was being distributed and supported by the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) of Stanford University. Since 1999 and version 5.0, the most recent releases run on several more popular operating systems.

  • jazz Jazz is a full size midi sequencer with audio support allowing record/play and many edit functions as quantize, copy, transpose ..., multiple undo; two main windows operating on whole tracks and single events; graphic pitch and controller editing, GS and XG sound editing and more ...


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