Projects / MixMagic


MixMagic is hard drive sound mixing program for GNOME that can handle large (larger then system memory) samples. It is able to mix as many waves as your CPU can handle.


Recent releases

  •  27 Jan 2001 20:41

    Release Notes: ALSA support, a new Russian translation, displaying more info in the blocks, and more.

    •  06 Aug 2000 19:54

      Release Notes: The playback code is now threadsafe. The Zoom bug is now fixed. An experimental Esound output plug-in was added. The Swedish translation was updated. "Tool" plug-in support was added.

      •  11 Jun 2000 17:27

        Release Notes: A new sidebar, improved error handling and zoom code, and more configurable plug-ins.

        •  01 Jun 2000 18:07

          Release Notes: A new "snap to block" feature, a new "Do you want to save changes" dialog, and a Swedish translation.

          •  14 May 2000 20:26

            Release Notes: Mono sample support, MixMagic now works great with eJay sound collection samples, and a "play" button in the "insert sample" file selector.

            Recent comments

            14 Sep 2003 19:23 dunbar

            2 years plus - is mixmagic alive?
            Very curious about this project, but I have not tried
            MixMagic, fearing that the intervening 2 years since
            last update might cause dependency issues, or
            some such.

            Or maybe the project changed names
            and this page went without an update?

            I loved Acid Express 4.0 and would like to use
            MixMagic. Check my profile for my email if preferred.


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