[ANNOUNCEMENT] A new hopefully usefull App

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fcornu
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[ANNOUNCEMENT] A new hopefully usefull App

Postby fcornu » Tue Nov 18, 2008 10:16 am

Hi gang,

I'm working on a new App which I hope will be usefull to you guys :

Qrest Really Easy Studio Toolkit
Totally free and opensource, of course :)

Features :
  • Calculates delay times and LFO frequencies according to tempo for the most common note durations
  • TapTempo
  • Mutliple note variants : plain, dotted, triplets
  • Internationalzed - Current supported languages : English, French, Spanish, portuguese
  • Online UserGuide

RoadMap :
  • Provide a facility to do calculations on loops using several time units
  • Get tempo value from any OSC compliant application

You can get the source and compile it on linux
A windows binary (without installer) is also available.

Linux '.deb' packages are due within 2 weeks

Hope it will help you guys

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Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] A new hopefully usefull App

Postby studio32 » Tue Nov 18, 2008 3:56 pm

Welcome here and success with the project!

But I think this message belongs rather in 'linux new' or the 'developers' section'...

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Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] A new hopefully usefull App

Postby fcornu » Tue Nov 18, 2008 4:14 pm

arg, my bad

I guess I won't double-post.

Can a moderator move the original post ?

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Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] A new hopefully usefull App

Postby fcornu » Sat Nov 22, 2008 8:49 pm

A .deb package for Ubuntu is now available on the site.
I hope this will be somewhat usefull to you guys

Peace


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