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Creox 4

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KDE Sound Application

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Creox 4
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Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  127
Submitted:  Jun 21 2011
Updated:  Jun 30 2011

Description:

Creox 4 is my attempt to port the KDE 3 app Creox (http://zyzstar.kosoru.com/?creox) to KDE 4.

The first goal is to achieve feature parity with the original KDE 3 version. In order to achieve that, feedback is very much appreciated, either through the issue tracker, by mail or from comments here.

Also, I don't have access to all of the systems that there are packages for, so they might be broken in some way. Please let me know if there are any issues with the packages.

Here is the original description of Creox:

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Creox is a real-time sound processor. You can plug your electric guitar or any
other musical instrument directly to the PC's sound card and start
experimenting with various sound effects. Creox has a nice user-friendly GUI, a
preset support, a low-latency DSP engine and each effect parameter can be
altered "on the fly".

It requires JACK sound server (http://jackit.sf.net/).

As the creox is a JACK application, the output sound can be routed to the other
JACK-aware applications and the input audio can be taken as the output
from the other JACK client.




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Debian 6.0 (i386)
Debian 6.0 (amd64)
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 Really nice!!

 
 by FraSMOG on: Jun 21 2011
 
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Keep working on it!! :D


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 Re: Really nice!!

 
 by kingguru on: Jun 21 2011
 
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Thanks. I will.

Getting support like yours will definitely help.


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 install

 
 by calleneptuno on: Jun 21 2011
 
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Could you give a hint on instaling for a non-expert KDE user? Thanks!


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 Re: install

 
 by kingguru on: Jun 21 2011
 
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I am working on making some working packages. I am working on some packages for Debian based systems (e.g. Ubuntu) as well as Arch since that's what I'm running myself.

If you're not very experienced with installing software from source, I suggest you wait for that, since I at least need to update my INSTALL file.

I promise, I'm working on it, but please know that there is still a bit to be done. :-)


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 Re: Re: install

 
 by calleneptuno on: Jun 23 2011
 
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Thanks!
I think I'll try AlexandreProkoudine's guide below. If I don't get it, i'll wait patiently for your Deb package.


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 Re: Re: install

 
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It's already there!!!!!
Thankyou


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It's great!!!
Thanks and thanks again.


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 Here is how

 
 by AlexandreProkoudine on: Jun 21 2011
 
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Inside unpacked source code directory:

$ mkdir build
$ cd build
$ cmake ..
$ make
$ sudo make install


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 Very nice!

 
 by tcat on: Jun 26 2011
 
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Thanks! Another program for KDE to drop Windows a alternative :) keep up good work :)


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