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Episode 29

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Banter:

Software Releases:

  KMetronome 0.9.1: Changes:
  * new configuration option: Styled Knobs
  * enabled dialog: Configure Shortcuts
  * feature Request #2792930 - new toggle action "play/stop"
  * fix for bug #2795019 - wrong button focused after "play/stop"
  http://kmetronome.sourceforge.net/
  Guitarix 0.05.5-1: Changes:
  * set dependency of Gtk+ down to version 2.12 (for stable users, 
    introduced by James Morris, thanks James)
  * make effects moveable (reorder effect chain)
  http://guitarix.sourceforge.net/


Audio Releases:

  Modlys: http://modlys.dk/mp3/et_barn_er_foedt_i_betlehem.mp3

Tips:

  IRC user danni submits this link to a project called The SynPad- a DIY position sensitive midi drum pad
  http://home.ganglion.me:8000/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=synpad:home
  IRC user danni also submits this link to The Other Side project - a streaming online collaborative music sound server blending pd,irc and icecast all built ontop of an Ubuntu LTS release with an RT kernel.
 http://otherside.servebeer.com/software/otherside/ 
  IRC user Stuzz submits this lifehacker article on Rockband type game for Linux
  http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2009/12/performous-is-like-rock-band-for-your-linux-pc/
  IRC user Stuzz also submits this link to an Open Source Musical
  http://www.xerxesatlas.com/XA-musical/Xerxes-Atlas-Home

  IRC user holstein submits this link to a personal internet capable streaming music server that is easy to setup.
  http://sockso.pu-gh.com/
  IRC user holstein also links us to the page of other popular streaming music servers for linux
  http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/using-your-linux-computer-as-a-media-server-part-2/
  IRC user danni submits this link on a PPA for audio apps
  http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1350304
  IRC user ment submits this link to a Drum-N-Bass online resource
  http://www.drumsallday.com/category/drum-n-bass
  IRC user unixhag sumbits a cool link of someones arduino project.  Using 
  puredata, arduino and solenoids this person has made a software sequencer that
  triggers solenoids which are in front of different household items and it
  ends up sounding like dance music.  Cool stuff indeed.
  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_hiz-Kx0kM
  

Gear:

  High off the hog Live rig.

Announcements:

Rants/Calling BS:

  Duncan Macneil from Australia calls us out on #opensourcemusicians in song!

Tech Segment:

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