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Project Summary

Rakarrack is a guitar effects processor for GNU/Linux simple and easy to use but it contains features that make it unique in this field of applications. It contains 10 effects: Linear Equalizer, Parametric Equalizer, Compressor, Distorsion, Overdrive, Echo, Chorus, Phaser, Flanger and Reverb. It integrates a tuner and a MIDI converter (experimental). It can also be handled by an external MIDI controller. The settings designed by the user can be stored in presets and these presets can be used to create banks of effects.

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audio dsp effects guitar jack linux midi music sound

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30 Day Summary

Jun 21 2016 — Jul 21 2016

12 Month Summary

Jul 21 2015 — Jul 21 2016
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