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Ok, I have two soundcards on my computer. I would like to be able use them to their fullest.
I have a turntable connected (thru a crappy external mixer that has no cross fader).
What I want is a program, or plugin for XMMS that would allow for full external mixer capabilities.
- 2 channel crossmixing
- dual soundcard support (for monitoring, or for playing directly through my computer speakers.
- Input selection: eg XMMS input 1, Soundcard 1 Line In, XMMS input 2. (The ability to choose up to three channels(inputs) is all I want.
- ability to have somesort of effects plugin, eg. loops, reverb, etc.
- Volume normalization so that all inputs are at the same level
- ability to adjust Lows, mids and highs for each channel, as well as quick off switchs if possible (can't be any delay) This is not a must, as long as can adjust levels relatively quickly.
I personally can't see this being that complicated, but I don't know C++ or any other language capable of doing this, well enough to write anything to do with sound, hardware or even how to make a GUI.
Other programs are available for sale, but they have a lot of extras...and they are too expensive for me at the moment.
If anyone knows of any software (preferably for Linux, but WinXP Ok too) then please let me know.
If anyone else would be interested in starting such a project, also let me know, I'd be glad to help during my free time...especially during the summer (I'm a University student so May-August)