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3.1.6.2) What is MixView, and how can I get it? (Electronic and Computer Music)




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This article is from the Electronic and Computer Music FAQ, by Craig Latta Craig.Latta@NetJam.ORG with numerous contributions by others.

3.1.6.2) What is MixView, and how can I get it? (Electronic and Computer Music)



Date: Mon, 16 Sep 91 15:39:51 PDT
From: doug@foxtrot.ccmrc.ucsb.EDU (Douglas Scott) To: MixviewFans@foxtrot.ccmrc.ucsb.EDU
Subject: mixview version 3.2 now available

Greetings to you all on my mixview mailing list. The
newest version of mixview, my X - based soundfile
editor/processor, is now available on a new anonymous
ftp site where I now work: foxtrot.ccmrc.ucsb.EDU
(128.111.92.30), as pub/mixview-v3.2.tar.Z. [Version 3.1
was withdrawn -- 3.0 was the most recent distribution].

The new version features a record command (for those of
you running it on NeXTs), plus a play command that allows
you to stop the play at any point. As soon as I hear that
there is still interest, I will activate and debug the
record command for those of you working on
SparcStations.

Anyone who needs the source mailed via uucp, let me know.

As usual, please let me know if you wish to be removed from
my mailing list.

Douglas Scott (805)893-8352
Center for Computer Music Research and Composition
University of California, Santa Barbara
Internet: (NeXTMail ok) <doug@foxtrot.ccmrc.ucsb.EDU>

 

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