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GNoise

GNoise is a GTK+ based wave file editor. It uses a display cache and a double-buffered display for maximum speed with large files. It supports common editing functions such as cut, copy, paste, fade in/out, normalize, and more, with unlimited undo.

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  •  13 Jan 2002 15:33

    Release Notes: Markers were added. Markers are saved in the wave file in a standard cue chunk. Small bug with the display and updating the playline were fixed.

    •  31 Aug 2001 18:42

      Release Notes: Options were added to remember the last directory opened, to disable undo, and to use paged instead of smooth scrolling. The ability to work on 4-channel files was added. Minor bugs in writing the wave header information were fixed.

      •  03 May 2001 07:07

        Release Notes: Fixes for smooth scrolling under XFree86 4 and ALT+[key] menu navigation for the GNOME version.

        •  26 Mar 2001 00:20

          Release Notes: Fixes for saving a selection and other minor bugs, and the groundwork for a markers system was implemented.

          •  16 Mar 2001 05:33

            Release Notes: This release includes fixes for bugs regarding closing of the recording dialog while still recording, changing of the working directory to the last opened file, and the ability to automatically open a recorded file.

            Recent comments

            10 May 2002 11:52 mutation

            Re: project needed

            > But there is - XSox :-)


            Sorry, but I find XSox very unintuitive and user-unfriendly. Not to mention I think it lacks a lot of important functionality. It's crazy, though, that there still seems to be no good, free, open, professional-quality sound manipulation application for Linux around.

            19 Jan 2002 09:51 billyjack

            Re: Thumbs Up for Gnoise
            Thanks, I'll grab that out of the tarball.

            > You can make the colors whatever you
            > want to using the standard gtkrc
            > mechanisms. Just copy the sample gtkrc
            > file (found only in the tarball) to your
            > ~/.gnoise directory and edit to your
            > liking. In the future, I'll try to
            > include this in the RPM version.


            13 Jan 2002 09:45 dengen

            Re: Thumbs Up for Gnoise

            > [...]
            > available. One improvement request -
            > when making a selection,
            > it is grayed out making it hard to see
            > the inside of the selection.
            > Making the selection transparent
            > would be most excellent.
            > Thanks for listening.


            You can make the colors whatever you want to using the standard gtkrc mechanisms. Just copy the sample gtkrc file (found only in the tarball) to your ~/.gnoise directory and edit to your liking. In the future, I'll try to include this in the RPM version.

            04 Jan 2002 10:49 billyjack

            Thumbs Up for Gnoise
            RPM install went smooth, ended with a code 6, but everything
            seems to be in place. Loads files quickly, and permits quick
            movement inside the file. Great project, thank you for making it
            available. One improvement request - when making a selection,
            it is grayed out making it hard to see the inside of the selection.
            Making the selection transparent would be most excellent.
            Thanks for listening.


            21 Dec 2001 03:49 suspend

            Re: project needed
            But there is - XSox :-)

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