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Audio mixing  + , waveform-manipulation  +
Computer languages C  +
Full description 'rexima' is a curses-based interactive mix'rexima' is a curses-based interactive mixer which can also be used from the command-line. It runs on any terminal with a screen size greater than 80x24. It is intended to be a simple, general, usable mixer without all the chrome usually present in other mixers.he chrome usually present in other mixers.
Homepage URL  +
Interface console  +
Is GNU false  +
Keywords audio  + , sound  + , command line  + , mixer  + , curses  +
Last review by Janet Casey +
Last review date 8 July 2003  +
License GPLv2 +
License verified by Janet Casey  +
License verified date 15 April 2003  +
Name Rexima  +
Real name Russell Marks  +
Related projects Aumix +
Resource URL  +
Resource audience Bug Tracking  + , Developer  + , Support  +
Resource kind E-mail  +
Revisionid 6,979  +
Revisiontimestamp 12 April 2011 11:29:07  +
Revisionuser User:WikiSysop +
Role Maintainer  +
Runs-on GNU/Linux  +
Short description Curses-based interactive mixer  +
Submitted by Database conversion +
Submitted date 1 April 2011  +
Use mixing  +
User level none  +
Version comment 1.4 stable released 2003-07-08
Version date 8 July 2003  +
Version download  +
Version identifier 1.4  +
Version status stable  +
Works-with audio  +
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