I'm writing a rather lengthy article for LJ on the general topic of
audio/visual synthesis software. I've written some historical and
technical background and have selected some programs to profile, including:
I'd also like to review VeeJay and FreeJ, but neither would compile
cleanly on JAD 1.0, Fortunately I can install VeeJay from the Packman
repo, but I'll keep working on the compile problems with the most recent
versions of that software.
So my quesion is: What have I missed, what other software can Linux
users recommend for audio/visual synthesis ? It doesn't have to be
realtime, btw, but it does have to combine audio and graphics for
potentially simultaneous synthesis of sound and image.
I have also tried some well-known Windows A/V synths, e.g. Resolume and
vvvv. Alas, they didn't fare too well with Wine 1.0, but I'm open to
suggestions for that environment too (i.e. Linux with Wine, *not* native
Gratias ago vobis,
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