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From: hermann meyer <brummer- <at> web.de>
Subject: [LAA] [ANN] guitarix-0.04.6-1 release
Newsgroups: gmane.linux.audio.announce
Date: Wednesday 24th June 2009 15:12:58 UTC (over 8 years ago)
guitarix is a simple Linux Rock Guitar amplifier and is designed to achieve
nice thrash/metal/rock/blues guitar sounds. 
Guitarix uses the Jack Audio Connection Kit as its audio backend and brings
in one input and two output ports to the jack graph. 


Release 0.04.6-1 comes with some major changes:

* Build environment and source code changes:
- use of the python based waf build system.
- use of the boost library for command line options.
- various code cleanups and source tree restructuring

All this has been done by our new project member James Warden.

* Audio effect and modeling:
- new tube model 
- fuzz

Please read the README for more details regarding the new 
build process and the command line options.

have fun
________________________________________________________________________

The standalone version of guitarix is based on GTK2+. But guitarix is also
released as a suite of LADSPA plugins and can be used in e.g. ardour.
guitarix is licensed under the GPL.

Project page with screenshots:
         http://guitarix.sourceforge.net/

download:
         http://sourceforge.net/projects/guitarix/


For capture, guitarix uses the external application 'jack_capture' (version
>= 0.9.30) written by Kjetil
S. Matheussen. If you don't have it installed, you can look here:

         http://old.notam02.no/arkiv/src/?M=D

For extra Impulse Responses, guitarix uses the convolution application
'jconv' created by Fons Adriaensen. If
you don't have it installed, you can look here:

         http://www.kokkinizita.net/linuxaudio/index.html
 
I(hermann) use faust to build the prototype and will say
thanks to
                
         : Julius Smith
         http://ccrma.stanford.edu/realsimple/faust/
                
         : Albert Graef
         http://www.musikwissenschaft.uni-mainz.de/~ag/ag.html
                
         : Yann Orlary 
         http://faust.grame.fr/
 
 
 regards    hermann  &  James
 
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