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Qtractor

   0.6.5  

KDE Sound Application

Score 89%
Qtractor
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Qtractor
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Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  8073
Submitted:  Apr 14 2007
Updated:  Jan 30 2015

Description:

Qtractor is an audio/MIDI multi-track sequencer application written in C++ with the Qt4 framework. Target platform is Linux, where the Jack Audio Connection Kit (JACK) for audio and the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) for MIDI are the main infrastructures to evolve as a fairly-featured Linux desktop audio workstation GUI, specially dedicated to the personal home-studio.

Features:

- Multi-track audio and MIDI sequencing and recording.
- Developed on pure Qt4 C++ application framework
(no Qt3 nor KDE dependencies).
- Uses JACK for audio and ALSA sequencer for MIDI
as multimedia infrastructures.
- Traditional multi-track tape recorder control paradigm.
- Audio file formats support: OGG (via libvorbis),
MP3 (via libmad, playback only), WAV, FLAC, AIFF
and many, many more (via libsndfile).
- Standard MIDI files support (format 0 and 1).
- Non-destructive, non-linear editing.
- Unlimited number of tracks per session/project.
- Unlimited number of overlapping clips per track.
- XML encoded session/project description files (SDI).
- Point-and-click, multi-select, drag-and-drop interaction
(drag, move, drop, cut, copy, paste, paste-repeat, delete, split, merge).
- Unlimited undo/redo.
- Built-in mixer and monitor controls.
- Built-in connection patchbay control and persistence
(a-la QjackCtl).
- LADSPA, DSSI, native VST and LV2 plug-ins support.
- Unlimited number of plug-ins per track or bus.
- Plug-in presets, programs and chunk/configurations support.
- Unlimited audio effect send/return inserts per track or bus.
- Loop-recording/takes.
- Audio/MIDI clip fade-in/out (linear, quadratic, cubic).
- Audio/MIDI clip gain/volume, normalize, export.
- Audio/MIDI track and plugin parameter automation (dynamic curves,
sample&hold, linear and spline modes).
- Audio clip time-stretching (WSOLA-like or via librubberband),
pitch-shifting (via librubberband [9]) and seamless sample-rate
conversion (via libsamplerate).
- Audio/MIDI track export (mix-down, merge).
- Audio/MIDI metronome bar/beat clicks.
- Unlimited tempo/time-signature map.
- Unlimited location/bar markers.
- MIDI clip editor (matrix/piano roll).
- MIDI instrument definitions (a-la Cakewalk(tm) (*.ins));
SoundFont (*.sf2) and MIDI Names XML (*.midnam) files also supported..
- MIDI controller mapping/learn/assignment (mixer and plug-in parameters).
- MIDI system exclusive (SysEx) setups.
- JACK transport sync master/slave.
- JACK session support.
- NSM (Non Session Management) support.
- MMC control surface enabled.
- MIDI Song Position cueing support.
- Configurable keyboard shortcuts.




Changelog:

O.6.5 2015-01-30 Fermion Ray Beta

- Connections lines now drawn with anti-aliasing; connections splitter handles width is now reduced; the MIDI connections splitter pane sizes are now saved and restored properly.
- Extended multi-selection is now featured on the track-list (main left-pane), primarily allowing for group mute/solo (and monitor) switching.
- Track-list (left pane) header column widths are now saved and made persistent across application power cycle (double-click reverts to the old original default).
- Minor fixes on the MIDI clip event list editor, also making sure the current event is visible on the piano-roll view.
- As long to prevent asynchronous mistakes to JACK transport state changes, an internal slack-delay is now introduced after self-initiated transport commands (eg. start/stop).
- The MIDI clip editor (aka. piano-roll) was missing to clear or reset the current selection when no shift/ctrl keyboard modifier is in effect.
- VST-shell sub-plugins are now supported (as suggested by abique aka. Alexandre Bique, thanks).
- MIDI clip record/overdubbing is now possible (Clip/Record on the main menu or File/Record from the MIDI clip editor.
- Make sure some audio sample file encodings (eg. old Ogg Vorbis) does not head-start on audio peak generation.


O.6.4 2014-11-24 Baryon Throne Beta
O.6.3 2014-09-22 Armed Hadron Beta
O.6.2 2014-07-07 Boson Walk Beta
O.6.1 2014-04-29 Bitsy Sweet Beta
0.6.0 2014-03-21 Byte Bald Beta.




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Debian 7.0 (amd64)
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 Mandriva 2008.0 i686

 
 by mapi on: Dec 15 2007
 
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Mandriva 2008.0 i686 rpm here:

http://mandriva.99k.org/


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 export the project ?

 
 by MiTcX on: Dec 30 2007
 
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hi,
great app !
i would like to save the project but not in a media file, can we ? like the audacity .aup


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 Re: export the proje

 
 by MiTcX on: Dec 30 2007
 
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ok, i found it.
maybe the 2 windows when you want to save are unusual, for me


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 Re: export project

 
 by rncbc on: Jan 1 2008
 
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Maybe we're confusing disparate concepts; probably it needs some clarification.

In qtractor, exporting is the process to produce a mix-down of one or several tracks resulting into a brand new media file; it's like rendering audio _or_ MIDI into a new media file (either audio file _or_ SMF, not both).

OTOH, regarding the "project" concept, IIUC, is here known and called as "session", as the program's "working session". This working session is rightly stored as a XML encoded file (.qtr file ext/suffix) as being the complete description of the arrangement, including all audio/MIDI tracks, clips, buses and the whole setup made while operating the application program. Have this noted, that a session file does NOT ever store or include any kind of media contents, rather just the file path references where it might get found in the local file system.

HTH

Cheers && Happy New Year


rncbc aka Rui Nuno Capela
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 congratulations !

 
 by dragonlord79 on: Jan 6 2008
 
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Hey man you did a really good job with Qtractor !
It was time that a cool audio sequencing application was developed !
To be honest I haven't tried it yet, but I'm following with pleasure your constant improvements and efforts. I am a hard user of Cubase SX and I would really love to definitely switch to Linux also for that purpose, and achieve 0 latency recording and mastering.
The key thing for these applications is a serious VST instruments support. Once you get it you're done ! Have you planned it at all for the future ?

Again, many congratulations !


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 Re: congratulations !

 
 by rncbc on: Jan 6 2008
 
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Thanks, and please, do have a try. It will much appreciated.

Regarding VST support: it is in deed in the workings. On the workbench there's DSSI and native VSTi plug-in support. That's right, with DSSI-VST you will reach windows VSTs through wine, and with native VSTs you should have an open road to native linux VSTs (yes, there are some few out there;)

it's coming, but I can't really tell when it will be ready ;)

byee


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 Wow! great work.

 
 by tankaa on: Mar 13 2009
 
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Thank you


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 improve the style

 
 by dridk on: Apr 5 2009
 
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That's cool!!Congratulation

You need now, to improve de design with nice icon and graphics! ( oxygen power!)

Look this : garageBand on mac Os for example:
http://www.farsipraise.net/blog/uploaded_images/garageband-723027.jpg


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 Re: improve the style

 
 by rncbc on: Apr 6 2009
 
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Thanks. Awe! Those GB colors are already mysteriously similar to Qtractor's. I wonder why should one make it even more of the same with icons and stuff :) from where I stand, ppl would start to think it's a GB clone, when it never was meant like that. But I see your point.

Cheers.


rncbc aka Rui Nuno Capela

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 fantastic

 
 by thebadapples on: May 1 2009
 
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unbelievably great app. i am thoroughly impressed and am enjoying using this. congratulations and THANK YOU!


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