Music composition and modular synthesis application
BEAST is an abbreviation for Bedevilled Audio System. BSE an abbreviation for Bedevilled Sound Engine, it implements all the neccessary music processing logic required by BEAST in a seperate reusable library. The "Bedevilled" portion of the names has no religious background, but merely refers to the complexity involved implementing such a "BEAST" (pun intended ;).
released on 7 April 2016
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|License:GPL||Christiano Anderson||15 February 2004|
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|Required to build||glib 2.4|
|Required to build||GnomeCanvas|
|Required to build||MAD|
|Required to build||Guile-1.6|
|Required to build||Ogg/Vorbis|
|Required to build||Gtk+-2.4|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 7 March 2017.
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