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jack: JACK (Audio Connection Kit)jack: jack: JACK is a low-latency audio server. It can connect several clientjack: applications to an audio device, and allow them to share audiojack: with each other. Clients can run as separate processesjack: like normal applications, or within the JACK server as "plugins".jack: jack: Website: http://jackaudio.org/jack: GNU GPLjack: Author: Paul Davis
qjackctl: qjackctl (application to control the JACK sound server daemon)qjackctl: qjackctl: Qjackctl provides a simple GUI dialog for setting severalqjackctl: of JACK daemon parameters, which are saved between sessions.qjackctl: The most important feature of qjackctl is that it allows you to qjackctl: easily connect programs that use jack to eachother. qjackctl: It also shows some info about the status of jackd qjackctl: qjackctl: Website: http://qjackctl.sourceforge.netqjackctl: License: GNU gpl v2 qjackctl: Authors: Rui Nuno Capela <email@example.com>
portaudio: portaudio (portable audio library)portaudio:portaudio: PortAudio is a portable Real-Time Audio Library,portaudio: provides the same audio API on Linux, Windows,portaudio: as well as MacOS platforms.portaudio:portaudio: Website: http://www.portaudio.com//portaudio: License: Freeportaudio: Authors: Phil Burk and Ross Bencinaportaudio:portaudio: