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Didn’t I mention for the last 2 months I have been working on a synthesizer application?
I am pleased to announce that vModSynth 1.0 is now publicly released and available to download.
What is vModSynth? It’s a modular software synthesizer for Linux. It is not intended to be as convenient as possible, but to resemble the look & feel of a real, analog, modular software synthesizer. See for yourself:
vModSynth allows you to play with a modular synth on your computer. You are free to choose any modules you wish, you can connect them however you want, and you will hear the result immediately. The synthesizer intentionally resembles the look of a modular synthesizer (I was inspired by modules manufactured by synthesizers.com), and it imitates behavior of one.
vModSynth integrates perfectly with external MIDI devices – you can play it with an external keyboard, and you can bind any knob to a knob/slider on your physical device, so that you can actually feel the synthesizer, and modify it’s parameters just as on a real one! You can also connect any external sequencing application, like Rosegarden or harmonySEQ.
There is a number of modules you can add to your setup. A all-in-one oscillator, some effects, some processing modules, whatever you like. If I continue to develop this project, the number of modules will certainly grow, as creating new ones is very easy.
No limits to the number of modules, the number of connections, loops in connections, you are absolutely free. Just build your own synthesizing path and hear it in action.
The source file can be downloaded here. Compilation is as simple as ./configure && make && make install . A detailed user manual is available in the ./doc directory. I may consider creating a PPA if there will be a sufficient interest in such.
Questions, ideas, bugs? Please contact me directly, or leave a comment here. I have not yet recognized the level of interest others may have in this piece of software, and I need to investigate whether it makes sense to setup a bug tracker etc. However, if you are interested in contributing to this project, writing new awesome modules or generally helping me make vModSynth a awesome synthesizer, you will be welcome with my arms wide open!
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On February 9-10th we hosted our 7th Ubuntu User Days!
Logs from all sessions are now available:
- Introduction to User Days by JoseeAntonioR
- Introduction to Ubuntu by JoseeAntonioR
- Unity and the Dash by LionThinker
- Introduction to Firefox by JoseeAntonioR
- Equivalent Programs by holstein
- Multimedia and Multimedia Centers (video) by bobweaver
- Installing Software in Ubuntu by epikvision
- Accessibility Applications by AlanBell
- Ubuntu Flavors: Xubuntu and Lubuntu by amjjawad and pleia2
- Ubuntu Community Roundtable by pleia2 and JoseeAntonioR
- Using Launchpad by JoseeAntonioR
- How to get help in Ubuntu by philipballew
- How to solve a problem – Ask Ubuntu! through Launchpad by cprofitt
We are very thankful to our instructors and attendees who made the work of this last weeks worthwhile, we feel very proud of all of them. Congratulations!
The Spanish Classroom team also hosted a User Day on February 9th, el Día del Usuario Ubuntu.
Logs for the 6 sessions they hosted can be found in their wiki page: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DiaDelUsuarioUbuntu
¡Felicitaciones por el buen trabajo, muchachos!
I really hope you enjoyed this User Days, and that all the shared knowledge is useful to you. Again, a huge thanks from all the Classroom team, and stay tuned so you make sure you learn something new every day!
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Nowadays, most of the KDE events happening in France are organized in Toulouse, thanks to the awesome work done by the KDE people from the Toulibre association.
Not much has happened in Paris, which I find a bit sad. In an effort to get KDE users and contributors in Paris to get to know each others I thought about organizing KDE Dinners in Paris on an hopefully regular basis.
Our first dinner is expected to happen this month and will also be the occasion to celebrate the release of KDE SC 4.10.
I don't want to commit to something too constraining for now. I would be happy if we get a small dozen people to meet every three months. This frequency means one dinner out of two will also double as a small KDE SC release party.
We are still bootstrapping this idea so it needs a bit of promotion, hence this short article. If you are around Paris at the end of the month and want to spend a nice evening with friendly KDE users and contributors, you are welcome to join us!
I set up a Doodle to organize this event, with many possible dates. You can use this link to subscribe: http://www.doodle.com/6uwauc5eyp3sbfen.