Radium is a free (as in speech) music editor with a novel interface.
It's inspired by trackers, but has fewer limitations and uses graphics
to show musical data.
Most important changes 0.65.0 -> 0.65.7:
* Setting port for instrument will not crash the program
* Many build improvements
* Blocklist and Playlist are properly updated when loading standard
* Sample accurate jack midi
* Accurate mouse coordinates
* Closing the xterm window will not lock the program
* Options to turn off overriding of Qt colors and Qt style
* Fast jack port probing
* Only create one jack client
* Works even if python links to python3 instead of python2
* Fixed All Sounds Off menu option
* Graphics fully updated after using menu
jack_capture is a program for recording soundfiles with jack.
The default operation of the program is executed by writing
"jack_capture" in the terminal without any extra command line options:
...which will record what you hear in your loudspeakers into a stereo
Download tar balls from http://archive.notam02.no/arkiv/src/?C=M;O=D
Git repository: https://github.com/kmatheussen/jack_capture
Changelog 0.9.62 -> 0.6.69:
* Timemachine mode. Make jack_capture work like Steve Harries
* Enable with the -tm / --timemachine option.
* Set prebuffer time with the -tmpb / --timemachine-prebuffer
(with help from Robin Gareus)
* OSC methods to control time-machine mode. (Robin Gareus)
* Check if the call to sem_wait failed. Do not stop recording if so.
* Fix reset-colour. (Robin Gareus)
* Use jack_free to free port name array, not free.
* Set mono/24bit the default format for SDS files.
* osc_help must be available, even without HAVE_LIBLO
* fix for signed / unsigned integer comparison
* Respect both DESTDIR and PREFIX. (Robin Gareus)
* Fix for jack_capture_gui console printing.
* Add necessary -lrt linker flag
* Change prefix to PREFIX from makefile, and remove DESTDIR
* Fix the jack_capture_gui script
* Fix. Swapped --no-stdin and --daemon options
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