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| alda v1.4.4
alda v1.4.4 A music programming language for musicians. New to Alda? You may be interested in reading this blog post as an introduction. Inspired by other music/audio programming languages such as PPMCK, LilyPond and ChucK, Alda aims to be a powerful and flexible programming language for the musician who wants to easily compose and generate music on the fly, using only a text editor. Alda is designed in a way that equally favors aesthetics, flexibility and ease of use, with (eventual) support for the text-based creation of all manner of music: classical, popular, chiptune, electroacoustic, and more! Features Easy to understand, markup-like syntax Designed for musicians who don't know how to program, and programmers who don't know how to music A score is a text file that can be played using the alda command-line tool Interactive REPL lets you enter Alda code and hear the results in real time Supports writing music programmatically (for algorithmic composition, live coding, etc.) Create MIDI music using any of the instruments in the General MIDI Sound Set Installation You must have Java 8+ installed on your system in order to run Alda. Download HERE. (Chances are, you already have a recent enough version of Java installed.) Windows Installation: Download alda.exe. at the bottom of the page Make the file executable: Go to your downloads folder, right click alda.exe to open up its file properties, and click unblock Copy alda.exe to a location that makes sense for you. If you follow standard Windows conventions, this means creating a folder called Alda in your Program Files (x86) folder, and then ...
|Apr 08, 2021
| CryptSync v1.4.4
CryptSync v1.4.4 A small utility that synchronizes two folders while encrypting the contents in one folder. That means one of the two folders has all files unencrypted (the files you work with) and the other folder has all the files encrypted. The synchronization works both ways: a change in one folder gets synchronized to the other folder. If a file is added or modified in the unencrypted folder, it gets encrypted. If a file is added or modified in the encrypted folder, it gets decrypted to the other folder. This is best used together with cloud storage tools like OneDrive, DropBox or Google Drive. If you want to use such cloud storage for backups, it's a good idea to keep your private data really private. That means only uploading encrypted files to make sure no one else can access your data. Because even if the companies behind the cloud storage guarantee your privacy, it's always possible that your account gets hacked: so make sure you use a different password to encrypt the data with CryptSync than you use to login to your cloud storage provider! If you want to backup and encrypt your files to more than one cloud storage (just to be safe), you can do that as well: just set up two sync pairs with the original folder being the same for both pairs. Of course, you can use CryptSync for backups to an external drive as well. You can even use CryptSync from the command line to trigger your encrypted backups. CryptSync works by synchronizing folder pairs. One folder is called the original folder: that's where your unencrypted files are stored and where you work with your files. The second folder of such a pair is the encrypted folder which is where the files get copied from the original folder and encrypted. The encrypted ...
|Apr 23, 2023
| Kapow for Mac OS X v1.4.4
Kapow for Mac OS X v1.4.4 Kapow is a punch clock program designed to easily keep track of your hours, whether you’re working on one project or many. Simply clock in and out with the Start/Stop button. If you make a mistake in your hours, you can go back and edit any of the entries by double-clicking on the session in question. Kapow also allows you to easily keep track of the hours since you last billed a client, by providing a helpful “Billed” checkbox—the totals will reflect your work after the last billed session. Changes in version 1.4.4 Released on February 17th, 2013 Added automatic backups of time data Added support for Qt 5 Bug fixes
|Oct 23, 2019
| Kapow for Windows v1.4.4
Kapow for Windows v1.4.4 Kapow is a punch clock program designed to easily keep track of your hours, whether you’re working on one project or many. Simply clock in and out with the Start/Stop button. If you make a mistake in your hours, you can go back and edit any of the entries by double-clicking on the session in question. Kapow also allows you to easily keep track of the hours since you last billed a client, by providing a helpful “Billed” checkbox—the totals will reflect your work after the last billed session. Changes in version 1.4.4 Released on February 17th, 2013 Added automatic backups of time data Added support for Qt 5 Bug fixes
|Oct 23, 2019
| Synfig Studio v1.4.4
Synfig Studio v1.4.4 Open-source 2D Animation Software for Windows, Linux and MacOSX As you probably know, animation is the rapid display of a sequence of images in order to create an illusion of movement. Traditionally 2D animation is created by drawing each displayed image individually. Those images are called "frames" and thus such method is called "frame-by-frame animation". To create a good illusion of movement you need to draw many frames, that's why this method requires a lot of time and resources. "Synfig Studio" is an open-source 2D vector animation software. It is designed to produce film-quality animation with less people and resources. Synfig Studio is built to eliminate the need to draw each frame individually. There are two techniques for that: Morphing animation Cutout animation Morphing is a technique that takes two images and creates a smooth transition between them. In the process of morphing, one shape is deformed into another and this transformation is usually defined by control points. In Synfig Studio images are constructed from vector shapes and the morphing is done automatically. This allows us to create animations by drawing only the key positions at relatively wide time intervals. You need only to draw a few frames as needed to create a basic sense of motion for the scene, and Synfig Studio will create the in-between frames. Cutout animation is created by splitting objects into parts and applying some simple transformations to them (like translation, rotation or scale) at different moments of time. Synfig Studio uses those values to interpolate the motion for in-between frames. Cutout animation can be produced from bitmap images or vector graphics. Synthesis and other functionalities In both cases the role of Synfig Studio is to fill the gaps between the drawn frames (also called "keyframes") and produce smooth and fluid ...
|Apr 03, 2023
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