Subject: Re: [ecasound] Re: [alsa-devel] Re: Usage of Sourceforge (fwd)
From: S. Massy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 06 2000 - 17:58:18 EEST
Thanks, I already knew a few of these but some others I wasn't aware of
them; I'll surely look into that...
On Wed, 06 Sep 2000, Dave Phillips wrote:
> "S. Massy" wrote:
> > Even in linux I had much difficulties finding a
> > command-line driven app, I believe ecasound to be the only as of
> > today, that would let me do most of what I wanted.
> A few other interesting CLI audio apps for Linux:
> Csound (software sound synthesis and processing)
> Hydra (Csound helper)
> CMask (Csound helper)
> MIDI2CS (Csound helper)
> Score11 (Csound helper)
> RTCmix (software sound synthesis and processing)
> Sig++ (software sound synthesis)
> Improv (MIDI processing language)
> Amber (granular synthesis language)
> 3MU (TB303 emulator)
> cmusic (software sound synthesis)
> WaveTools (manipulates WAV format files)
> WaveTools is available from
> http://tph.tuwien.ac.at/~oemer/wavetools.html. All the other apps are
> listed on the Linux soundapps pages at sound.condorow.net. Some other
> CLI audio apps are listed there as well, but I thought these were the
> most important. Of course there are all kinds of media players such as
> playmidi, TiMidity, MikMod, and others.
> Best regards,
> == Dave Phillips
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