Re: [linux-audio-user] More output

From: Mario Lang <mlang@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Fri Jul 08 2005 - 11:19:37 EEST

Reuben Martin <reuben.m@email-addr-hidden> writes:

> Back on Friday 08 July 2005 01:18 am, Mario Lang was like:
>> writes:
>> > After the recent glut of very good stuff coming through the lists, I
>> > feel less inclined to expose myself.
>> >
>> > But I will anyway.
>> Man, I just discovered your music page and listened to most of your tracks,
>> and I have to say, I am truly fascinated. You're doing great!!! music.
>> BeatFun is exactly the kind of thing that would have had me completely
>> freak out if played on a loud PA at some in/outdoor party. All this
>> flangery tracker effect stuff reminds me very much so of my old tracker
>> days. Its kind of sad that I never found a usable tracker on Linux
>> anymore.
> For old school style tracker, check out schism.
> For more modern stuff, you might like Skale.

Does any of these support a text mode interface?

ModEdit was a piano-roll like text-mode view with a simple editing cursor
which could be moved in all four directions. The current channels notes were
displayed with different chars than all the "other channels notes" which
allowed for a very cute view of things IMO. The more I think of it,
the more I want to reimplement that concept in Linux.

Anyone know a good tutorial on getting started with Ncurses or S-lang? I
used to do text interfaces in DOS days, but I never quite got the hang
of the UNIX libs for char drawing...

Received on Fri Jul 8 12:15:07 2005

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