Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Beat-matching in GDAM - help quick!
From: Paul Winkler (pw_lists_AT_slinkp.com)
Date: Mon Jun 24 2002 - 23:18:43 EEST
On Mon, Jun 24, 2002 at 03:58:41PM -0400, Andy Wingo wrote:
> Man. I was looking too, while playing around with GDAM. I couldn't find
> it easily either, maybe it should be mentioned more prominently ;)
Also, there are a number of places in the docs (e.g. in the FAQ)
that refer to things
like "doc/beatmatching.txt" which are very hard to find.
There's no such files in the doc/ directory of the distribution;
somebody on #lad pointed out that there IS a file beatmatching.html
on the website.
> Man. I'm impressed too, I had much fun playing around with it at home.
> Now I want to DJ :-)
It's fun. Time goes very fast while doing it... I had no idea I'd
been going for as long as I had. But it was about 4:30 in the morning
and people were starting to pass out on the couches so I cut
back on the drill'n'bass and switched over to ambient. :)
> What's with the purple, though? I was raving about it in #gstreamer on
> friday, and people couldn't get past the colors ;)
I think you can customize all that. check out .gdam/default.rc ...
I don't really grok the format but I think it would become
clear after playing with it a bit.
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