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[Savannah-hackers] submission of craesh's Metronom -

From: savannah . gnu . org
Subject: [Savannah-hackers] submission of craesh's Metronom -
Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2004 20:48:46 -0400
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Sacher Khoudari <address@hidden> described the package as follows:
License: gpl
Other License: 
Package: craesh's Metronom
System name: cetronom
Type: GNU

First of all, I apologize for my bad english :)

Cetronom should be a simple, but flexible metronom, programed for Alsa and GTK.

There are various sequencers which provide a metronome (like Rosegarden), but 
you can't run these metronomes by themselves if you just want to conenct your 
keyboard to your MIDI-port and play something (e.g. though Fluidsynth). I've 
just found one metronome (outside a bigger aplication), but it was programed 
for Kylix, and you need extra libraries for it to run. So I decided to program 
a metronome by myself, and I would like to make it avialable for other people.

You can download a almost-working version from this URL:

There are some Alsa-issues pending, I still have to find out how to make it 
send MIDI-events to a synth-device, and is some coding-work to do, but I'm sure 
I'll get it to work in a few days (actually, i just spent this weekend on it).

Other Software Required:
Alsa (I'm running Alsa 1.0.4 and Kernel 2.6.4)
GTK 2, GLib 2

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