Linux equivalent of Kx Driver

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  1. tunasashimi

    tunasashimi New Member

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    Anybody know of one / a port for parts of kx. Should be simple to implement with ALSA..... or am I wrong?
     
  2. Doug W

    Doug W Active Member

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    Someone was working on a Linux kx-like project and if you search "Linux" in the forums you will eventually find the thread. There was a link to the project in the thread. I have not followed progress to see if it rolled ahead or died.

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    Well I found the project that I was thinking of. No updates since 2004 and the author says

    http://ld10k1.sourceforge.net/

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    Here is the Mac Kx project which as I understand has no affiliation with this kX project and Eugene Gavrilov knows about it and is not worried about the use of the name:
    http://homepage.mac.com/creativemail/MacKx/
     
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    tunasashimi New Member

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    Thanks a stack! I searched and searched and didnt find! :D

    ALSA has some cool features built in... though, I found out!
     
  4. NightBreed

    NightBreed New Member

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    The last Alsa drivers I used started putting the ld10k1 stuff in. Not sure how far along they are with the 'user friendlienss' of it at this point though. But combine Alsa, Jack and some kernel hacking, you can have a pretty good Linux based sound studio.
     
  5. laserbeak

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    OMFG this woul be the perfect solution.why hasnt anyone taken it up? i hope he will teach me. even though i suck at programming.
     
  6. Eugene Gavrilov

    Eugene Gavrilov kX Project Lead Programmer and Coordinator

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    I wonder why linux programmers don't wish to make the effects cross-platform and use similar to kX interface for plugins (yes, it should be possible to strip all MFC/GUI-stuff and use any 3-rd party cross-platform GUI library, for instance, juice or Qt)

    E.
     
  7. laserbeak

    laserbeak New Member

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    cool,
    dont know much about Qt, but i do use Qt interfaces and i'm sure the community is big.
    do you mean JUCE(raw material software)? if so, i've been playing around with that and think it would be quite cool to use it in linux.

    i've contacted the guy who made the linux port and unfortunately, havent heard back from him. i hope i can manage to get in touch soon.
     
  8. Eugene Gavrilov

    Eugene Gavrilov kX Project Lead Programmer and Coordinator

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    laserbeak New Member

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    oh my bad. didnt know you had anything to do with the linux port! it'd be my pleasure! will get right to it once i get Kylix running!!
     

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