AMaMP is an free software, open source package for those who wish
to work with audio data using a computer. AMaMP consists of a cross
platform core which takes commands in a kind of meta-language. Of
course, not everyone wants to mix audio by writing a script; that's
where GUI front ends come in.
With any luck
(and a large investment of time), one day we'll have a powerful
core and front ends for a whole range of platforms. As it stands,
- A core written
in C that runs on many platforms, providing support for mixing
PCM wave files, a plug-in effects system and a wide range of other
features. It's far from finished, but it's certainly usable.
- A usable
Win32 GUI front end, though it needs a lot of work.
- The beginnings
of a GTK front end.
The core is
currently at release 0.3.2. The Win32 front end is currently at
release 0.1. The GTK front end has not been released at this time.