SineClock for Linux ?

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  1. ***

    *** Guest

  2. meeso

    meeso Guest

    On Thu, 05 Jun 2003 23:25:46 -0700, *** wrote:

    > Is there any utility that runs in Linux that resembles SineClock of BeOS
    > [ http://music.calarts.edu/~glmrboy/SineClock.html ] ?



    Sinus, another program. it's not exactly the same but you can make any
    pattern of sine waves with it. http://www.gusnet.cx/proj/sinus/

    if you tell me more about your program I think I could help you, it's not
    very clear in the website you know.

    Best,
    Maysara
  3. ***

    *** Guest

    meeso <maysaraomar@yahoo.com.hk> wrote in message news:<pan.2003.06.06.11.17.25.447771@yahoo.com.hk>...
    > On Thu, 05 Jun 2003 23:25:46 -0700, *** wrote:
    >
    > > Is there any utility that runs in Linux that resembles SineClock of BeOS
    > > [ http://music.calarts.edu/~glmrboy/SineClock.html ] ?

    >
    >
    > Sinus, another program. it's not exactly the same but you can make any
    > pattern of sine waves with it. http://www.gusnet.cx/proj/sinus/
    >
    > if you tell me more about your program I think I could help you, it's not
    > very clear in the website you know.
    >
    > Best,
    > Maysara




    Thank you for your interest in SineClock and your offer to do
    something similar in Linux.

    I'm just a user, so I'm afraid I am not exactly qualified to tell you
    the exact technical details.

    But I do have the name and email of the author:

    Name: douglas irving repetto

    Email: douglas@music.columbia.edu

    Perhaps you can get more info from Mr. Repetto.

    SineClock is indeed a really neat program.

    Thanks again !
  4. ***

    *** Guest

    > > > Is there any utility that runs in Linux that resembles SineClock of BeOS
    > > > [ http://music.calarts.edu/~glmrboy/SineClock.html ] ?

    > >
    > >
    > > Sinus, another program. it's not exactly the same but you can make any
    > > pattern of sine waves with it. http://www.gusnet.cx/proj/sinus/
    > >
    > > if you tell me more about your program I think I could help you, it's not
    > > very clear in the website you know.
    > >
    > > Best,
    > > Maysara

    >
    >
    >
    > Thank you for your interest in SineClock and your offer to do
    > something similar in Linux.
    >
    > I'm just a user, so I'm afraid I am not exactly qualified to tell you
    > the exact technical details.
    >
    > But I do have the name and email of the author:
    >
    > Name: douglas irving repetto
    >
    > Email: douglas@music.columbia.edu
    >
    > Perhaps you can get more info from Mr. Repetto.
    >
    > SineClock is indeed a really neat program.
    >
    > Thanks again !



    Just want to update all of you on SineClock ...

    Tom Felker wrote to tell me that he is about done with the Linux
    version of Sineclock.

    You can find the project at http://vlevel.sourceforge.net/sineclock

    Try it !!
  5. zentara

    zentara Guest

    On 9 Jun 2003 00:58:47 -0700, apexx@softhome.net (***) wrote:

    >> > > Is there any utility that runs in Linux that resembles SineClock of BeOS
    >> > > [ http://music.calarts.edu/~glmrboy/SineClock.html ] ?
    >> >
    >> >
    >> > Sinus, another program. it's not exactly the same but you can make any
    >> > pattern of sine waves with it. http://www.gusnet.cx/proj/sinus/


    >
    >Just want to update all of you on SineClock ...
    >
    >Tom Felker wrote to tell me that he is about done with the Linux
    >version of Sineclock.
    >
    >You can find the project at http://vlevel.sourceforge.net/sineclock
    >
    >Try it !!


    If you like sineclock, you might also like autozen, it has a gui too.
    http://www.linuxlabs.com/autozen.html

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