Show-off my open-source stuff, mostly of the Linux Audio/MIDI genre

MIDI Machine Control (MMC) Fun

This has been a great week. After a quick and brief brainstorming, I decided to implement some basic MIDI Machine Control (MMC) support into Qtractor. This covered the basic transport functions and, most notably, it changed the Rewind and Fast-Forward actions behavior, now resembling the tape-recorder paradigm. Or sort of.

My Software Ecology

Yesterday, a new blog article went online through Linux Journal. Shy as I'm used to, I can only think of blushing my face deep.

The Road to Berlin

It is with the greatest joy that I'm bragging to the world my modest paper/demo submission to the coming LAC2007@TU-Berlin. The paper is already out for review through the proper channels.

As previously advertised, that's all about announcing Qtractor as a brand new contender in the free open-source software audio/MIDI arena and willing to recruit some folks in the process.

Happy New 2007

Here we are at the last days of 2006, making already wishes for another good year. On my side, there's sure plenty to do but so little spare time to make all those things real. At least before the year ends :)

Alright, there's one thing that I certainly must do this very week-end (and year-end too), and that will be like putting up some kind of demo/paper submission to the forthcoming LAC2007 5th International Linux Audio Conference which will take place during 22-25 March 2007 at TU-Berlin, Germany.

Qtractor fixed for Qt 4.2

In a rogue attempt to fix and adapt to Qt 4.2, the track-list widget which is nothing more than the tabular widget at the main window left-pane, has been completely rewritten from scratch. It is now based on the custom scroll-view class, as all other scrollable widgets are, instead of being a natively bloated QTableView derivative. The fine print now says the track-list vs. track-view vertical scrolling is now back to pixel resolution and looks way better too.

But not so fast pal, there's some noticeable drawbacks lurking around and one is certain that quite evident as sessions now load faster :)

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