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Pulseaudio is such a crap piece of software. I wonder whether this is a test to see how much crap you can put in a linuxdistribution without a mass revolt.
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So fed up of Bob and Alice. Do those security researchers still not know their keys ? Prfff... Decades of worthless research.
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It hurts so bad opening G+. I really cannot get used to the new desktop layout. My day starts often with: iopen browser. Open facebook, open g+, click on facebook tab, verify the world is still alive, click on g+ tab, shreek in horror, close tab without even reading a thing. Way to go Google fucks.
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I like improvements, but I really like familiarity better!
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Zathras-1 research paper released. http://werner.yellowcouch.org/Papers/zathras15/
Zathras-1 extends BpmDj with a time stretcher that does not modify the pitch of the sound. This article describes how we implemented a sinusoidal modelling by measuring the amplitude and phase envelope of peaks.
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Sorry for the repost. The download link was wrong.
Interested in testing BpmDj ?
1- download the file bpmdj.jar from http://bpmdj.yellowcouch.org/files/deployed/bpmdj.jar
2- create a directory 'IWillFinallyTestThisGreatSoftware'
3- copy the bpmdj.jar into that directory and double click it.
4- it will ask you were your secret stash of mp3s is. Be honost and point it to a good location.
5- bpmdj now happily works its way through all your lovely music
6- start a mix by... well read the manual or watch the tutorial at http://bpmdj.yellowcouch.org/speaking-tutorial.html
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Here it goes... Interested in testing BpmDj;
1- download the file bpmdj.jar from https://bpmdj.yellowcouch.org/files/deployed/bpmdj.jar
2- create a directory 'IWillFinallyTestThisGreatSoftware'
3- copy the bpmdj.jar into that directory and double click it (on windows).
4- it will ask you were your secret stach of mp3s is. Be honost and point him to a good location.
5- bpmdj now happily works its way through all your lovely music
6- start a mix by... well read the manual or watch the tutorial at http://bpmdj.yellowcouch.org/speaking-tutorial.html
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When working at AT I started by creating a multirate perfect reconstruction filterbank. Quite a difficult thing to get working correctly. Yet, because it is critically sampled at each frequency range, it is also very fast. With that filterbank, I then went on to create equalizers, compressors, exciters and what not. Yet, it never really worked out well, because it was critically sampled. (That is 50 Hz is sampled at a samplerate of 100 Hz, 11000 Hz is sampled at 22000 Hz and so on). Now, listening back to some of those samples, I realize that I should have ditched that approach much earlier than when I actually did. So there is a lesson: if wavelets don't work: just give up and go to fourier to beg for help. You will be all the happier for it.
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