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Mixer4 is an audio mixer and processor that can be controlled through simple text files.
Over a dozen accessory programs complete what can be a very solid recording studio.
Aug 16, 2018: Editor update (bug fix).
Jul 23, 2018: Recorder7 update (features).
Jul 9, 2018: Cwavefm update (features).
May 28, 2018: Limpet update (small bug fix).
Jul 28, 2017: Songcab update.
Jun 9, 2017: A new program: "Points" translates tempo maps into samples and seconds.
Jun 9, 2017: Recorder7 bug fix
Apr 13, 2017: OpenBSD 6.1 version is now included.
Mar 23, 2017: 5 year anniversary release! Mixer4 and Parametric Plate updates (new features and platforms!)
Feb 25, 2017: Parametric Plate update (important fix and new features)
Dec 25, 2016: Editor update (feaures)
Aug 18, 2016: Recorder7 update (important bug fix)
Jul 29, 2016: Recorder7 update (feature: a complete internal submix system!)
Jul 27, 2016: Recorder7 update (important bug fix)
Jul 22, 2016: Songcab update (major bug fixes and features)
Guide: Parametric Plate
Parametric Plate is an optional graphical interface for Mixer4
Points is a utility to convert tempo maps into samples and seconds
Limpet is a text editor designed for data entry
Multiedit is a tool for comping drum or instrument multitracks
Cuegen is a cue sheet generator
Songcab is a songwriting and recording tool with a playlist
Recorder7 is a multitrack player and recorder
Waveplayer is a .wav player with looping capability
Metronome has the option for programmable tempo and meter changes
Rebounder is a command line based delay tool with a simple router
Sweeper is a room frequency response testing tool
Editor is a fast text-based wave file builder
Cwavefm is a simple and fast waveform viewer for the terminal
Trec is a simple instantaneous 1-2 track recorder
Refpitch is a sine wave generator for instrument tuning
Hdrfix fixes wave file headers that do not match song length
Wavesplitter splits stereo wave files into 2 mono wave files
Contact email: mixer4 at acousticrefuge dot com
All software and audio copyright by G. Jennings 2008-2017