[PlanetCCRMA] Problem with GDAM

Jonathan Phillips jon@protofunk.org
Wed Aug 13 12:49:01 2003

Yes, bpmdj is good...mixxx is alright...

Probably, from a stability standpoint, shouldn't include these mixing
packages yet...I'll keep using mixing software and will give a heads up
when better development releases come out.

There is much development of dj tools for linux, but I think around xmas
time, we should have some more developed tools.

Another software package that is really killer that I'm participating on
is multisync.sf.net : which is akin to apple's isync...a really
excellent tool that is very stable at this point. I use it to sync
evolution, my cell phone, palm, and backup and sync devices over the


On Wed, 2003-08-13 at 11:20, Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> > Yeah, GDAM hasn't been actively worked on in a few years it looks like.
> I think I'll move it to a "deprecated" category. I don't know if gdam is
> still being developed in cvs, I'll take a look. 
> > There are much better DJ'ing programs now for linux. bpmdj.sf.net,
> > mixxx.sf.net, and others. BPMDJ is pretty advanced.
> Planet CCRMA has TerminatorX as well, I don't know if it is any good as
> I have not really used it. 
> I just took a look at the pages of the ones you suggested. BPMDJ needs
> two cards or audio devices, not very good (and its OSS). Mixxx sounds
> better from that point of view although it is only OSS native (but they
> say they are goind to support alsa at some point). Have you used them?
> -- Fernando
Jonathan Phillips <jon@protofunk.org>