Not much here to find, really. Most of my hacks are either not
really in a release-state (and might never be), stuck in commersial
software owned by former employers, made on obsolete hardware or none
of your business. ;>
The rest can be found here. Not that many, really.
- My very own softwarelimiter for raw 16-bit
stereo bitstreams! (Todays tip: Don't read the source...)
- 70s.0.1beta.tgz sound filter! Adds
artificial LP noise and distortion to a raw datastream! Completely
- Komgrep, the
shell-way to find texts in a "BBS" called Lyskom.
- A patch for mpg123 that normalizes the
music, so you don't have to adjust the volume all the time.
Unfortunately this little patch de-stabilized mpg123 rather seriously,
so I've stopped using it. Next try will probably be made upon mpg321
or so. Another time...
- I grew tired of getting the very same mp3 from different persons
(the net is a very small community sometimes), so I wrote a small hack
that md5-sums all known mp3:s and then compares unknown mp3:s with
that list. Just download from here.
- I've modified my Kawai K3m, adding an external input that is
feeded through the VCF and VCA of the K3m. Pictures and explanations here.
If you think that any of those hacks are fun or usual enough to
reward me, send me a rubberduckie... :>
My rules of programming
Rule #0: There are (no (such)) thing(s) (as (too (many
Rule #1: Time outs doesn't