VMPK ~ Virtual MIDI Piano Keyboard

VMPK is a virtual MIDI piano keyboard for Linux, Windows and OSX. Based on Qt and Drumstick the program is a MIDI event generator using the computer’s alphanumeric keyboard and the mouse. It may also be used to display received MIDI notes.

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butt ~ Broadcast Using This Tool

butt (broadcast using this tool) is an easy to use, multi OS streaming tool. It supports SHOUTcast and Icecast and runs on Linux, MacOSX and Windows. The main purpose of butt is to stream live audio data from your computer’s Mic or Line input to an Shoutcast or Icecast server; recording is also possible.

It is NOT intended to be a server by itself or automatically stream a set of audio files.

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Jukes ~ Cross-platform Music Organizer & Player

Jukes was created for the serious music lover. This program was created for people who rip full CD’s or possibly their entire CD collection to their hard drive. Jukes allows you to have all of your CD’s at your fingertips and play them like a real jukebox. Perfect for DJ’s, whether in your house or for parties or whatever, spin all of your favorite tunes anytime you want. No more loading the files in to play them and removing them to add more to the list, now all of your CD’s are at your disposal! Jukes is cross-platform and operates on Windows, Solaris, Linux, and MacOSX.

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PortAudio ~ Free Cross-platform Open-source Audio I/O Library

PortAudio is a free, cross-platform, open-source, audio I/O library.  It lets you write simple audio programs in ‘C’ or C++ that will compile and run on many platforms including Windows, Macintosh OS X, and Unix (OSS/ALSA). It is intended to promote the exchange of audio software between developers on different platforms. Many applications use PortAudio for Audio I/O.

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guitarix ~ Linux Virtual Guitar Amplifier

guitarix is a virtual guitar amplifier for Linux running on Jack Audio Connection Kit. It is free as in speech and free as in beer. The available source code allows you to build it on other UNIX-like systems too, namely BSD and MacOSX.

guitarix takes the signal from your guitar as any real amp would do: as a mono-signal from your sound card. The input is processed by a main amp and a rack-section. Both can be routed separately and deliver a processed stereo-signal via Jack. You may fill the rack with effects from more than 25 built-in modules from a simple noise gate to brain-slashing modulation f/x stuff like flanger, phaser or auto-wah.

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