SIDPLAY: SIDPLAY emulates the Sound Interface Device chip (MOS 6581, commonly
called SID) and the Micro Processor Unit (MOS 6510) of the Commodore 64  on
your computer. It is a platform independent software which emulates these
hardware components. Therefore it is able to load and execute C64 machine code
programs which produce music or sound. called SID) and the Micro Processor Unit
(MOS 6510) of the Commodore 64 on your computer. It allows you to listen to
more than 10000 famous C64 game and demonstration musics. Last modification on December 30 2000.
Jazz: MIDI + audio sequencer (shareware). Jazz uses the WxWindows portable graphical library. Last modification on March 9 2000.
Linux PnP driver: The Plug and Play driver project for Linux is a project to create
support within the Linux kernel for handling Plug and Play (and other semi-PnP)
devices in a clean, consistent way. It aims to allow a driver of any type of
hardware to have this hardware configured by the PnP driver in the kernel. This
driver is then notified when the device is reconfigured, or even removed from
the system, so as to allow for graceful action in these circumstances. Last modification on February 5 1999.
rplay: rplay is a flexible network audio system that allows sounds to be played
to and from local and remote Unix systems. Sounds can be played with or without
sending audio data over the network using either UDP or TCP. rplay audio
servers can be configured to share sound files with each other. Last modification on February 2 2000.
pciaudio: pciaudio is a set of drivers for popular PCI soundcards. The drivers
support OSS compatible mixer and PCM (wave) interfaces. It currently supports
the Ensoniq ES1370/Ashai Kasei AK4531 and S3 SonicVibes adapters. Last modification on December 8 1998.
Krabber: Krabber is a KDE application to grab audio cds with cdparanoia III,
decode mp3 files with amp and encode mp3 files with 8hz-mp3, bladeenc, l3enc or
mp3enc. It requires KDE 1.0 and cdparanoia alpha 7, 8 or 9. Last modification on August 5 2000.
MultiMedia Panel: is a text-based MultiMedia Player and Audio Mixer for Linux consoles. It
supports plugins so that anyone can add features to the Panel. Last modification on August 5 2000.
Sox: the swiss army knife of sound processing programs. SoX is a command line
utility that can convert various formats of computer audio files in to other
formats. It can also apply various effects to these sound files during the
conversion. As an added bonus, SoX can play and record audio files on several
unix style platforms. Last modification on December 27 2000.
kwave: A simple digital sound signal editor for KDE Last modification on September 30 2000.
xhippo: Gtk-based playlist manager for various UNIX sound players Last modification on December 5 2000.
Mpm4Linux: mpm is a utility for file management (upload/download/directory) of
Saehan's "MPMan", the first production portable MP3 player. Developed for
Linux, the program was created out of interest to see how the MP3 player
interface was driven via the parallel port. Last modification on May 19 1999.
cthugha: An oscilliscope on acid, displays patterns in sync with music. Last modification on December 29 2000.
``More seriously code is patterns, repeating in variations throughout
programs everywhere. Thats why reading other source code helps - you
learn new patterns of code to use fitting things together. I think quite
a lot of the 'art' of programming is seeing the patterns, spotting the
right pieces to fit together and also looking for commonality.'' Alan Cox.