Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Beat-matching in GDAM - help quick!
From: Andy Wingo (wingo_AT_pobox.com)
Date: Mon Jun 24 2002 - 22:58:41 EEST
On Mon, 24 Jun 2002, Paul Winkler wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 22, 2002 at 03:17:20PM -0400, Paul Winkler wrote:
> > I'm very sorry for the spam, but I'm leaving in an hour and I'm
> > DJing at a party
> > tonight. It's my maiden voyage with GDAM which is a lot of fun
> > but I can't get the automatic turntable sync to work. Can anybody help
> > QUICK? (I'm currently on #lad in irc.openprojects.net if you do IRC)
> Thanks to a *very* timely message from geoff, AKA Lance Blisters,
> I got it working very well.
> It seems the information I wanted *is* documented...
> typical case of user error. I was just looking in the wrong places.
> The info I wanted is in the GDAM online help, in the "Turntable"
> section (not the "Wheels" section).
Man. I was looking too, while playing around with GDAM. I couldn't find
it easily either, maybe it should be mentioned more prominently ;)
> Let me say that I'm very impressed with GDAM. I'd never used it before
> Friday, and I was able to get through a 1-hour DJ set on Saturday
> night with only a few minor problems (all operator errors....
> like hitting "stop" by accident!).
Man. I'm impressed too, I had much fun playing around with it at home.
Now I want to DJ :-)
Really though, I think the approach to beatmatching is nice, and the
general integration of the concept of time-in-beats throughout the app
(as opposed to time-in-seconds) was a lot more useful musically. Nice
What's with the purple, though? I was raving about it in #gstreamer on
friday, and people couldn't get past the colors ;)
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