Modular music composer - shared libraries
The Buzztard project aims to provide a modular, free, open source music
studio that is conceptually based on the proprietary Windows software
called Buzz. The Buzztard project itself has no direct link to Buzz
apart from its concepts that we build upon and is no 1:1 Buzz copy.
To allow migration for Buzz users, Buzztard provides song-file import
and buzz-machine reuse.
This package contains the shared library files.
$Id: README 2390 2009-04-28 09:27:06Z ensonic $
= quick info =
Please turn you browser to http://www.buzztard.org to learn what this project
is about. Buzztard is free software and distributed under the LGPL.
= intro =
Buzztard is a music composer similar to tracker applications.
It is roughly modeled after the windows only, closed source and now discontinued
application called Buzz.
0.5.0 crown of thorns (??.???.2009)
Rewrite of internal pipeline management. One can now play partially connected
songs, and add/remove plugins while playing. Buzztard can play notes while
editing. More robust saving of songs. Lots of bugfixes and UI improvemnts.
Better user-guide including three small tutorials. Init
buzztard (0.5.0-3) unstable; urgency=low
+ Fix path of the OMF file to allow yelp to actually find it.
+ Use correct section for the library package.
+ Patch from upstream SVN to fix FTBFS on architectures where
NULL is no valid va_list (Closes: #578475).
-- Sebastian Dröge <sl
2009-08-01 Stefan Kost <email@example.com>
Clean up some debug l
$Id: TODO 2482 2009-06-20 18:22:01Z ensonic $
* run 'make todo' to get a list of todo comments from
Stefan Kost <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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