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Audacious лучший аудио плеер для Linux [Mar. 6th, 2010|06:47 pm]

Audacious - открытый, небольшой, но мощный похожий на winamp аудиоплеер для операционных систем семейства Linux,  с поддержкой огромного числа разнообразных аудиоформатов.
Audacious полностью поддерживает скины от Winamp 2 "classic". Для интерфейса аудиоплеера используется GTK+ 2.
Есть поддержка разнообразных плагинов , в частности плагин для last.fm, плагин поддержки LIRC,плагины для различных эффектов таких как например "удаление голоса",реверберация,эхо, и т.д.Кроме того есть поддержка плагинов для визуализации. Audacious можно назвать единственным проектом - "наследником" XMMS.
Так что если вы до сих пор используете XMMS или BMP — попробуйте Audacious.
На сайте audacious.org.ua.ua вы найдете массу подезной информации по этому плееру,сможете скачать скины для Audacious, плагины ,а так же сам плеер Audacious для ващего дистрибутива.
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oh hai [Feb. 15th, 2008|07:45 pm]

uh, no one's posted in a million years...

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*sigh* tech support :( my audigy 2zs [Aug. 8th, 2007|10:19 pm]
running ubuntu 7.04, output is fine, but input won't respond. audacity offers me 3 possibles for recording: ADC capture/standard pcm playback, mic capture, multichannel capture/pt playback... of those, only the first allows me to actually record without error, but it records silence.

let me know what kind of lspci/etc you might need if you have any ideas on what could be going on, or how to fix it. I'm burnt out on searching forums. :P


and ALSO! I think I might get one of these:

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ALSA modular synth scares the bejezus out of me [Aug. 21st, 2005|04:01 am]

[mood |cheerfulcheerful]
[music |Dandy Warhols]

I'd be interested if someone else uses Agnula.

Demudi is my first Linux OS, which was a really dumb idea. But, after a month, basic stuff seems to be working. So now I'm actually ready to try to use the sound applications! Any advice? ALSA modular synth scares the bejezus out of me.
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music notation software [Nov. 5th, 2004|09:13 am]

Does anyone know of a notation software that is not so MIDI-oriented that it sacrifices functions crucial for modern classical music? According to the rosegarden handbook online, you can't get more than one voice per staff. I'm not sure any programs allow feathering beam angles. And I don't want to learn a text language -- guess that makes me a bad linux user. I'd hate to go back to Finale on Windows.
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hey [May. 25th, 2004|05:10 pm]
[music |squarepusher - ultravisitor]

hey, is this community alive?

just wanted to pop in and say hi :). just signed up to live journal a month and a half ago, and haven't checked out alot of it yet.

ive been doing some experimenting with alsa and m-audio/evolution usb midi controllers. i purchased this new one known as the X-session. 16 knobs, a cross fader, and 10 buttons. got it talking through the alsa sequencer api nicely yesterday.

i aim to write a simple alsa mixer application which allows the mixer controls to be assigned to knobs and sliders on a midi controller.

going to try to use the cross fader to cross-fade pcm and cd audio as an initial project (to allow me to learn an x-windows gui). ofcourse i have plans for synths and mixing tools for live sets down the road.

i posted the basic code for processing alsa sequencer events in my journal, check it out if you need an example of alsa sequencer event processing (i couldn't find any good examples in the api docs)-- ts about 400 lines, and pretty basic.

gtk or qt, that is the question. im thinking qt, drop me a line if you think gtk is the way to go(with an argument ofcourse ;P).

incase anyone is wondering, im using slackware linux 9.1, with a custom kernel 2.4.25 with latency patch for realtime processing. and ofcourse, an m-audio x-session usb midi controller.

keep making the beats with linux :)

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Ye old staple [Feb. 19th, 2004|09:24 pm]

Just because someone's gonna ask eventually..

What app would you recommend as an alternative to FruityLoops?
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Planet CCRMA and Fedora [Feb. 9th, 2004|10:24 pm]

Last night after screwing up my slackbox so badly, I thought it would be a good time to try this Fedora DVD that was given to me.
One reason this came about is the CCRMA project.
Step by step instructions on getting a fresh Fedora Core1 install into a full-blown audio workstation.
It went seamless until the apt-get of all the apps. I got a whole mess of errors, but the fix is this
rpm --rebuilddb
Then ot worked great...

Word from Luke at AudioSlack, updates are coming very soon. When they do, it' sback to slack for me.
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AudioSlack [Feb. 8th, 2004|10:54 pm]

[music |Carl Orff - Carmina Burana - O Fortuna (Techno Remix)]

For us slack users, AudioSlack.com is an awesome place to start...
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Intro.. [Feb. 9th, 2004|01:04 am]

I'm really glad that this community was created, I learned of it from a post the knob geeks community.

I'm very new to linux personally.. so bear with me if I have dumb questions from time to time. I still haven't completely switched yet, but the more I learn the better for that. My question today is what flavor of Linux do you guys use? What audio distros do you play with? What would you recommend. I was using Redhat for a time and I switched to Mandrake for a few days and liked it as well. Now I've finished my new music box and want to know which one to go back too, or a new flavor to try. Your suggestions are appreciated.

For more about me, and to hear examples of my music head over to http://www.failedutopia.com and check out my journal.
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