QjackCtl Considered Harmful

Type: Workshop

Day: 2018-06-10

Time: 14:00 - 15:30

Author(s): Rui Nuno Capela

Keywords: qstuff, qjackctl, qtractor, rncbc.org

Abstract: The proposed talk/workshop is yet again the follow-up on the tradition of LAC2013@IEM-Graz, LAC2014@ZKM-Karlsruhe, LAC2015@JGU-Mainz, LAC2016@c-base.org-Berlin and LAC2017@UJM-St.Etienne, as an informal manifest (but not exclusive) to the Qstuff* software collection. The future of QjackCtl [1] and the JACK-Audio-Connectionm-Kit, as the main Linux Audio infrastructure, shall be the main subject. Yours truly Qtractor [7], an audio/MIDI multi-track sequencer should be also of concern for discussion. All developers and users are kindly invited to discuss, complain and more importantly, exchange thoughts about the present, future and legacy of all the Qstuff*.

References:

[1] QjackCtl - A JACK Audio Connection Kit Qt GUI Interface https://qjackctl.sourceforge.io

[2] Qsynth - A fluidsynth Qt GUI Interface https://qsynth.sourceforge.io

[3] Qsampler - A LinuxSampler Qt GUI Interface https://qsampler.sourceforge.io

[4] QXGEdit - A Qt XG Editor https://qxgedit.sourceforge.io

[5] QmidiCtl - A MIDI Remote Controller via UDP/IP Multicast https://qmidictl.sourceforge.io

[6] QmidiNet - A MIDI Network Gateway via UDP/IP Multicast https://qmidinet.sourceforge.io

[7] Qtractor - An audio/MIDI multi-track sequencer https://qtractor.sourceforge.io

[8] synthv1 - an old-school polyphonic synthesizer https://synthv1.sourceforge.io

[9] samplv1 - an old-school polyphonic sampler https://samplv1.sourceforge.io

[10] drumkv1 - an old-school drum-kit sampler https://drumkv1.sourceforge.io

[11] padthv1 - an old-school polyphonic additive synthesizer https://padthv1.sourceforge.io

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