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Advanced drum machine for GNU/Linux

Advanced drum machine for GNU/Linux
Today is feature freeze for the upcoming 0.9.6 ! This means that now new functionality will be added for this release. The most important new features for the 0.9.6 are: - Jack session support - Jack midi out - Undo history

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LMMS: free, open source music sequencer & multitracker LMMS is a free, open source music production software inspired by commercial apps such as FL Studio (FruityLoops) . It enables you to create melodies and beats and to create, mix, and arrange sounds and samples, and will even import Fruityloops project files. It allows access to LADSPA effects and is compatible with many standards such as SoundFont2, VST(i), and GUS Patches, and offers full MIDI/MIDI project files support. LMMS is multiplatform (Windows, Linux). If you’re a musician or just curious about creating music, and if you’ve been looking for a viable freeware/open source alternative to paid music creation software then take a look at this one.

MS Paint Adventures So what do we call this pause? I've been batting ideas around all day. We could go with the obvious choice, the MINIGIGAPAUSE. Or maybe, MEGAPAUSE 2: BACK IN THE MEGASADDLE. Or if that makes too much sense, we could always settle on the MICROTERAPAUSE.

100 of the Best (Useful) OpenSource Applications The following is a list of about 100 of the best OpenSource Applications, that actually help make Linux more usable for people. It is my hope that this list shows potential Linux users that there really is a large, effective, productive and usable range of free, OpenSource applications. For existing Linux users (like myself), I think this will provide a great resource in finding applications that may better suit your needs, or just for fun! Needless to say, this is just some of the thousands of applications available!

4th Job Discussion Thread - FlyForHero Forums - A Flyff Private Server Since the new Dev, Fixer, made the possibility of implementing a 4th job public I thought it would be interesting what they would be called. I doubt staff decided what to name them yet so why not toss out our ideas here ;D Slayer--->Gladiator/Liberator/Sword Dancer Templar--->Juggernaut/Destroyer/Titan Ingen Ingen (formerly Om) is a modular audio processing system for GNU/Linux audio systems using the Jack audio server and LV2 or LADSPA plugins. Ingen is built around LV2 technology and a strict separation of engine from user interface. The engine is controlled exclusively through a protocol, and can execute as a headless process, with an in-process GUI, or as an LV2 plugin. The GUI can run as a program which communicates over a TCP/IP socket, or as an embeddable LV2 GUI which communicates via LV2 ports.

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