MiXViews 1.30 reviewDownload
MixViews is a graphics-interface program which runs under the X window system, and it is designed to allow users to edit and process
MixViews is a graphics-interface program which runs under the X window system, and it is designed to allow users to edit and process digital sound and other forms of on-disk data for musical or other purposes.
Mxv is light years beyond the old "mixview" in its capabilities. For example, six different kinds of on-disk data can be created, edited, and stored -- all of which are used and/or useful for sound synthesis. Any number of files may be displayed simultaneously on the screen, and you can cut and paste between them in many different ways. Many more different types of sound and data modification are possible to do in mxv.
Everything that is needed to compile MiXViews is public domain and available on various archives around the world. If you have or can get a good, modern C++ compiler for your platform, you can probably compile and run MiXViews on your machine.
What's New in This Release:
Fixed bug in "save" command (after opening file from command line).
Full undo/redo command history control.
Added read/write of RTcmix peakamp strings in header comments.
Improved progress bar action.
Added audition command for PVoc datafiles.
Extended Fade In/Out command for all data types.
Fixed bugs in several commands.
Full menu command enable/disable depending on edit state.
Fixed smart memory to properly report total limit overflow, and have it reset the limit when user replies yes.
Insert cursor now returns to position after playback.
Displayed region's scale does not change after playback.
Undo of "delay" command fixed.
Fixed bug in menu state update.
Fixed bug in wave header write -- forgot unsigned char case.
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