|| ||Patrick Shirkey <pshirkey-AT-boosthardware.com>|
|| ||openjay-devel-AT-openjay.org, linux-audio-announce-AT-music.columbia.edu|
|| ||[linux-audio-announce] new tarball: jackEQ-0.4.0|
|| ||Thu, 12 Feb 2004 03:13:54 +0900|
|| ||JackEQ Devel <jackeq-devel-AT-lists.sourceforge.net>|
Fixed the rc file so the io menu displays the checks properly. General
tidyups which I have forgotten.
Deserves bump to 0.4.0. Am debating whether to jump to 1.0 but will
leave that for a few weeks so I can think about the other possiblities
for the interface.
Speak now ...
I have been using this tool regularly for live sets and it does
everything which I set out to accomplish. Anything else added to it is
bonus from now on. Of course patches are more than welcome.
Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
Http://www.djcj.org - The Linux Audio Users guide
Apparently upon the beginning of the barrage, the donkey broke
discipline and panicked, toppling the cart. At that point, the rockets
disconnected from the timer, leaving them strewn around the street.
Tethered to the now toppled cart, the donkey was unable to escape before
the arrival of U.S. troops.
United Press International
Rockets on donkeys hit major Baghdad sites
By P. MITCHELL PROTHERO
Published 11/21/2003 11:13 AM
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