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gAlan

gAlan is an audio-processing tool for X Windows and Win32. It allows you to build synthesizers, effects chains, mixers, sequencers, drum machines, etc. in a modular fashion by linking together icons representing primitive audio processing components.

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  •  01 May 2003 21:25

    Release Notes: FFT is now supported. Multiple jack in and out ports are included. Sheet Library updates and some bugfixes were also made. If you are using 0.3.0, and upgrade is recommended.

    •  04 Apr 2003 16:47

      Release Notes: This release adds the library directory from galan-0.2.13 to the 0.3 branch. This is a merge from the 0.2 branch, so all the features of galan-0.2.14+ are available here.

      •  21 Mar 2003 21:33

        Release Notes: A fix for the bug with ZBuffer turned off in the OpenGL stuff, fixes for bugs in 303vcf that were causing pops, and liblrdf support for sorted LADSPA menus.

        •  02 Feb 2003 06:15

          Release Notes: In this release, a directory containing sheets is now presented in the new menu, which means users can add other components they have built and saved into the lib dir on the fly. The oss_output now works on PPC, and the pixmap and data has been moved to $(prefix)/share/galan.

          •  15 Jan 2003 21:09

            Release Notes: This release supports GTK+-2.0 and Jack output.

            Recent comments

            29 Jul 2002 19:59 amadeus

            Re: gAlan original vs. branch

            > Note this is only a fork of the original
            > gAlan
            > (http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~surazal),
            > i didn't
            > test any, don't know which one is better
            > =)


            It seems that the branch has become remerged with the official version. Multisheet has some significant improvements over the original.

            19 May 2002 10:27 MrGuybrush

            gAlan original vs. branch
            Note this is only a fork of the original gAlan
            (http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~surazal), i didn't
            test any, don't know which one is better =)

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