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Great software developments!

I found SampleEd a wonderful initiative, as we currently lack an ambitious sound sample editor on RISC OS. AFAIK, this is the only one reading and writing 24 or 32 bit audio files (not to mention our aged hardware lacks the possibility to audition it). It utilizes the LADSPA plugin protocol which is used & developed by many in the Linux community. As I understand, plug-ins should be straight-forward to port to RISC OS. I've been hoping for something like this to come along for quite some time :) Here's to the Really Small Software Company and R.F. Windley!

 is a RISC OS UserhEgelia on 12/9/04 11:40AM
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