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ExactAudio

ExactAudio is a C++ digital audio signal processing library formerly known as GSMP. It features non-destructive editing, multiple channels, and real-time FX preview. It is very interactive, as all the major work is done in background threads, and files are not converted or copied during importing. The underlying streaming framework also provides support for VoIP, and a simple audio player is included.

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  •  16 Jun 2002 01:57

Release Notes: This version fixes some bugs and all GCC-3.1 compile errors.

  •  08 Mar 2002 15:54

Release Notes: The build system was completely rewritten, a button bar has been added, there are speedups in plugin loading , the mixer has better latency, and there are some bugfixes.

  •  02 Dec 2001 07:45

Release Notes: An undo-history fix, nice messages for undo/redo, a background data streaming fix, real dynamic plugin finding, and support for exiting (instead of crashing) when no sound device is found were added.

  •  26 Nov 2001 23:18

Release Notes: An OSS plugin, fixes for some bugs and Mandrake compile issues, and some tone-generators for tests.

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22 Oct 2001 06:46 Avatar learfox

Going the distance
The name and attitude sound promising for a strong start, but in the past history sound editors for Linux for the most part do not really reach the point to useability before they are abandoned. When they do get abandoned they don't catch up with the current sound implmentations on Linux and thus become unuseable. Not to discurage but to remind not to repeat history. I really would love to see this project reach a level of useability! :)

There's also two items missing on the dependencies those being libsig and gtkmm which were not filed as dependencies (hint).

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