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Bug#229515: ITP: jack-tools -- various JACK tools: plumbing, play, udp, ctl, scope, clock

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist

  Package name    : jack-tools
  Version         : 0.0.1-1
  Upstream Author : Rohan Drape <rd@alphalink.com.au>
  URL             : <http://www.alphalink.com.au/~rd>
  License         : GPL
  Description     : various JACK tools: plumbing, play, udp, ctl, scope, clock

 This collection contains a bunch of small tools for JACK written by Rohan
 Drape for the JACK low latency audio API.
 JACK allows the connection of multiple applications to an audio device,
 as well as allowing them to share audio between themselves.
 jack.plumbing maintains a set of port connection rules and
 manages these as clients register ports with JACK. Port names are
 implicitly bounded regular expressions and support sub-expression
 jack.play is a light-weight JACK sound file player. It
 creates as many output ports as there are channels in the input file.
 jack.udp is a UDP audio transport mechansim for JACK.  The
 send mode reads signals from a set of JACK input ports and sends
 UDP packets to the indicated port at the indicated host at a rate
 determined by the local JACK daemon.  The "recv" mode reads
 incoming packets at the indicated port and writes the incoming data to
 a set of JACK output ports at a rate that is determined by the local
 JACK daemon.
 jack.ctl is a JACK session manager.  It reads configuration information
 from a system wide and a user specific configuration file and
 manages sessions involving the JACK daemon proper and optionally a
 set of secondary jack daemons.
 jack.scope draws either a time domain signal trace or a self
 correlation trace.  Multiple input channels are superimposed, each
 channel is drawn in a different color. jack.scope accepts
 OSC packets for interactive control of drawing parameters.
 jack.clock publishes the transport state of the local JACK server as OSC
 packets over a UDP connection. jack.clock allows any OSC enabled
 application to act as a JACK transport client, receiving
 sample accurate pulse stream timing data, and monitoring and
 initiating transport state change.
 Further information can be found at <http://www.alphalink.com.au/~rd>.

-- System Information:
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux schuh 2.4.22-jj1 #12 Tue Sep 9 22:20:42 UTC 2003 i686
Locale: LANG=C, LC_CTYPE=en_US.UTF-8

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