[needs-packaging] stompboxes

Bug #230234 reported by nitrofurano on 2008-05-14
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Please use the needs-packaging tag for your needs-packaging requests, you can add it (Actions- Edit description/tags - Tags:) Thanks!

I think is what i were doing now - i copied [needs-packaging] from someone else used it...

If i'm doing something wrong, please explain me better...

'Actions- Edit description/tags - Tags:' is what, or where can i find?

thanks!

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> Please use the needs-packaging tag for your needs-packaging requests,
> you can add it (Actions- Edit description/tags - Tags:) Thanks!
>
> ** Tags added: needs-packaging
>
> ** Changed in: ubuntu
> Importance: Undecided => Wishlist
>
> --
> [needs-packaging] stompboxes
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/230234
> You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber
> of the bug.
>

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No you need to doing:
Look at "Edit description/tags" and seek for "Tags:" and add like I did for this bug "needs-packaging" at your other bugs.

i'm replying this from a webmail account - i have no idea where can i find "Edit description/tags", "Tags:", and "needs-packaging"...

i'm really confused...

thanks
Paulo

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> No you need to doing:
> Look at "Edit description/tags" and seek for "Tags:" and add like I did for
> this bug "needs-packaging" at your other bugs.
>
> --
> [needs-packaging] stompboxes
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/230234
> You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber
> of the bug.
>

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I see :)

Look at the left:
Edit description/tags

And then add here needs-packaging to your other bugs.

You have to go to launchpad https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/~nitrofurano-3t/ and do this with all bug in this list when the importance isn't wichlist.

Oh I forgot to say "and only with the bugs with [needs-packaging] in the title." ;)

Now it is done.

thanks about all directions! :-)
that is all new for me - i'll see them better further

> You have to go to launchpad https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net
> /~nitrofurano-3t/ and do this with all bug in this list when the
> importance isn't wichlist.
>
> --
> [needs-packaging] stompboxes
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/230234
> You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber
> of the bug.
>

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Paul Gevers (paul-climbing) wrote :

The web-site this request points to contains little information about the software. I also did not find a description on the upstream web-site. Could you include a description about what this software does?

nitrofurano (nitrofurano-3t) wrote :

http://www.linuxdevcenter.com/pub/a/linux/2001/07/20/linux_guitar.html?page=4

Effects processing pedals are often called "stompboxes" (referring to the player's usual mode of operating the device). These pedals are typically devoted to a single processing function, and fascinating effects can be created by freely re-ordering the boxes in the processing chain. Hector Urtubia's StompBoxes2 is a virtual set of pedals that can be chained in arbitrary order, easily simulating the common arrangements used by guitarists.

Currently available modules (virtual pedals) include distortion, volume, delay, flanger, chorus, equalizer, noise gate, mono-to-stereo and stereo-to-mono mixers, and even a unique "reverse" effect. Operation is as simple as the original design: connect outputs to inputs (with any ordering of effects modules), right-click on a module to adjust its parameters, then click the On button to start the chain (see Figure 17). Check your audio mixer to be sure you've selected the appropriate input channel, and start playing. StompBoxes2 has some good DSP algorithms, but the proof is in the hearing, so you should download StompBoxes2 and check it out for yourself.

http://www.linuxdevcenter.com/linux/2001/07/20/graphics/17.gif
Screen shot.
Figure 17. StompBoxes2.

StompBoxes2 is great fun, but I found myself wishing that the effects parameters could be controlled in real-time without having to stop playing my guitar, perhaps via a MIDI fader box. However, that is standard operating procedure for most real pedals anyway -- the player sets the effect parameters on the device and does not alter them during play. StompBoxes2 is a highly enjoyable software substitute for a floor covered with real pedals and cables. In fact, it's realistic enough that I caught myself stomping on the carpet more than a few times while testing StompBoxes2

Paul Gevers (paul-climbing) wrote :

This describtion is 7 years old (so is the screenshot). Is the
description and screenshot still up-to-date?

nitrofurano (nitrofurano-3t) wrote :

i couldn't find more recent description - but btw an application being so old and not currently updated doesn't mean this application is weak, since there's nothing alike available from the Debian/Ubuntu repositories, and as well can be an important tool for UbuntuStudio!

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