Wednesday, January 19, 2005

Linux MIDI: A Brief Survey, Part 4 | Linux Journal
Linux MIDI: A Brief Survey, Part 4 | Linux Journal:"In this installment of our tour of Linux MIDI software, we look at some experimental MIDI music-making environments. I've divided this class of software into command-line and GUI-based applications. Regardless of interface, the user is expected to employ a more than average amount of brainpower to get the best results from this software. With that warning in mind, let's first look at some language-based environments designed for the experimental MIDI musician."
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Modeling User Workflows for Rich Internet Applications. Plan efficient RIAs by analyzing user interaction creating workflow diagrams, and incorporating rich interface components. [Macromedia Developer Center RSS Feed January 18, 2005]
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Creating a Dynamic Playlist for Streaming Flash Video. Switch out videos without editing your Flash file—control video playlists externally through XML. [Macromedia Developer Center RSS Feed January 18, 2005]
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