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PUPITUP Music Lab v:1.2 (Netbook friendly)
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eztuxer


Joined: 06 Nov 2008
Posts: 483
Location: Belgium

PostPosted: Fri 06 Feb 2009, 06:57    Post subject: Re: pupitup  

bill wrote:
Hi Eztuxer,Fine business on the download from 2Shared although I found I had to wait a bit until the download window showed up.So if any of you try to download just be a bit patient.I have burned it to DVD and as a matter of fact,your distro is what I am using to post this message.I will have to be honest that most of these programs I haven't any knowledge of but like all things it is just a learning curve.Anyway well done and thanks.Pupitup is alive and well in Texas. Wink cheers

Thank You Bill for this first useful report on a DVD install (that leaves plenty of room for your files if You left it "unlocked" multi-sessions).
There will be some manuals, howtos, and tutorials uploaded on the website: http://pupitup.110mb.com/
All PUPPY technical questions should be posted here, as to benefit the whole PUPPY community, but all Music software use questions sould be posted on the pupitup forum: http://pupitup.phpbb3now.com/ to keep things orderly arranged.
Enjoy Pupitup, puppies love to play and take long strolls on country roads.
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nipotastro

Joined: 08 Oct 2008
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PostPosted: Fri 06 Feb 2009, 07:11    Post subject:  

unbelivable!

pupitup.110mb is offline, again!

i'll try to download it tonight from home....


i think i'll like , i'll try it on my old fujitsu-siemens laptop p4 1.8 for live home recording do you think i should add something?
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eztuxer


Joined: 06 Nov 2008
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Location: Belgium

PostPosted: Fri 06 Feb 2009, 08:17    Post subject:  

nipotastro wrote:
unbelivable!

pupitup.110mb is offline, again!

i'll try to download it tonight from home....


i think i'll like , i'll try it on my old fujitsu-siemens laptop p4 1.8 for live home recording do you think i should add something?


I don't think it will require any mods to run on your laptop.
Pupitup has been tuned for netbooks, but nothing was retrieved of original Puppy 4.1.2 so its ability to run on most every PC remains intact.

About 100mb host they are having all sorts of problems (mostly on box 16) I think they are the object of attacks from other (pay ?) hosting services, it's an uggly world out there.

Use those direct links to dwnld:

Quote:
Download

The pupitup .iso disk image file is here to download:

http://www.2shared.com/file/4810124/3a0d7c45/pupitup-v-1-2-puppy-412.html?

NO registration required


http://www.humyo.com/F/8928341-342643001

Registration required (no spam)


Both services are offering FREE upload/download service, useful to share public & private large files like music projects.

These hosts use advertising, you are NOT required to click on the adds !
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eztuxer


Joined: 06 Nov 2008
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Location: Belgium

PostPosted: Sat 07 Feb 2009, 12:36    Post subject:  

All download links for Pupitup Music Lab are here (website still down):

http://pupitup.phpbb3now.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=21
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nancy reagan

Joined: 22 Jan 2009
Posts: 510

PostPosted: Sat 07 Feb 2009, 17:59    Post subject: Re: pupitup
Subject description: Hell of a job
 

bill wrote:
Hi Eztuxer,Fine business on the download from 2Shared although I found .........,your distro is what I am using to post this message.I will have to be honest that most of these programs I haven't any knowledge of but like all things it is just a learning curve.Anyway well done and thanks.Pupitup is alive and well in Texas. Wink cheers


Well to express my admiration for your pup I cannot better than second the above quote ... being an analphabetical in music but always longing to be able to play an instrument ...

Amazing how much stuff you managed to cram into a few Mb's ..

As for questions to the apps I probably should register on your forum.

But for this very first time I pose them here


- When I start the LMMS it says "starting the GIU ... " and only by hitting here and there randomly - something appears.

Is there a better way to enter the program ?

Honestly I do not understand much of it but I see a pianoroll appear but it does not respond to my "hit here and there".

Does it have a virtual pianokeyboard ?

(I have no midi).

I must say that the sound it produces is the best I ever heard on this laptop, as if a whole orchestra was inside (after I managed to load a demo.)

- Can it import musicsheets ? and if so, how ?

(same in amuc, I do not manage leftclick and then it freezes).


- Amuc says it has a wave2sheet converter builtin. How can I reach that converter ?

- What is Sven ?

When I try to load it nothing appears ?

- I cannot find the Jack entry in the menu.

(Though I thought I once saw it.)

How and what for do I use Jack ?

Again many thanks for your masterpiece which causes a lot of worry. Do you ever take a break ?

Your forum looks pretty well organised I hope it will soon welcome many musicians or those who want to become a musician.

(I do not understand why so many people haveproblems downing while I, who usually have a nose for trouble, could download without probs.)
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eztuxer


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Location: Belgium

PostPosted: Sat 07 Feb 2009, 21:11    Post subject:  

Thanks for the report and the list of well founded questions.

Sven was advised to me by iscraigh, it's a volume control plugin for GXine, etc... it autostarts at boot & runs in the background:

iscraigh wrote:
(PM) I would suggest installing Sven for your mutimedia keys
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?search_id=1005902403&t=36650
I used the older one here
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=9740

Just don't worry about it.
When first started, LMMS pops up a large splash screen that hides a dialog box behind it, just click & drag that box so you can answer preferences by clicking the button, and it will start OK from then on...
Jack doesn't have a menu entry (yet), & must be started from the icon (bottom rigth), it is used to synchronize & interconnect real time multiple audio softs like qsynth, Amuc, etc... to work together seamlessly.
Most other questions have answer in the soft manuals:
http://pupitup.phpbb3now.com/viewforum.php?f=30
More info and bug reports possible on the soft developers websites.
Latest UPDATE: http://pupitup.110mb.com/ is back UP and running...
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puppyiso


Joined: 12 Jan 2009
Posts: 595

PostPosted: Sun 08 Feb 2009, 22:57    Post subject: Great!  

Eztuxer, Your puppy is really great. It runs well on 2GB ram notebook.
(on P4 256MB couldn't get it run due to memory proble, I guess)
I think the names comes from "Pump it up" Am I right?

I found your puppy full of great apps.

I thought Pupitup is only equipped with music related but found there are many apps for 2D, 3D graphics!!

It reminds me "Musix" distro but much smaller and faster.

Thank you for making such great derivative.

I wish you include wine or some sort of emulator for the next version so it can be expandable.
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eztuxer


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Location: Belgium

PostPosted: Mon 09 Feb 2009, 03:48    Post subject:  

Thank you for this report puppyiso.
Glad you like it. Smile
Yes the next versions will have both more and less software.
There will be two "breeds" one based on this one with all the soft of this version plus new softwares according to suggestion from pupitup users, and another smaller (only music) with only the music lab, (no games, graphic office soft etc...) to reduce the boot time to the max and make it ultra minimal and super fast, it will be nicknamed pupitup "blitz".
But do not expect it before a few months.
You can "try" to add wine with the puppy package manager.
Do a search on this board with "wine" to read how to add it and see if there is a .pet or . pup pkg to dwnld & install.
Be careful when adding software as sometimes due to libraries incompatibility, some new pkg will work but could render some already installed soft not functional anymore.
Install pkg 1 at a time and test "all softs" before adding even more so if something goes wrong, you'll just have to uninstall the last pkg to return to "normal", instead of doing a full re install of pupitup.
for tech questions, this forum is the place, for music soft questions: http://pupitup.phpbb3now.com/
The name means "pup-it-up" see: http://pupitup.110mb.com/faq.html
Please spread the pupitup craze all around. Wink
Pupitup should run with 64 MB ram, see: http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=37580
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eztuxer


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Location: Belgium

PostPosted: Mon 09 Feb 2009, 08:48    Post subject:  

I'm happy to announce a dependable hosting for the pupitup .iso & files:

http://puppylinux.asia/members/pupitup/

NO registration required. Cool
Hosting kindly provided by Eric "Caneri"

A dependable website is next...
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amenyahu

Joined: 24 Dec 2008
Posts: 33

PostPosted: Tue 10 Feb 2009, 06:21    Post subject: Thank you  

eztuxer,

I haven't tried out your puplet yet, but I'm working on that as we speak. I just wanted to give a big hearty "thank you". Right now, I have no money to get anything beyond food to eat (no, I don't eat that much, money is just real short for now). But you give your time to making music software available to even people like me. So thank you, thank you, thank you!
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eztuxer


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Location: Belgium

PostPosted: Tue 10 Feb 2009, 08:10    Post subject: Re: Thank you  

amenyahu wrote:
eztuxer,

I haven't tried out your puplet yet, but I'm working on that as we speak. I just wanted to give a big hearty "thank you". Right now, I have no money to get anything beyond food to eat (no, I don't eat that much, money is just real short for now). But you give your time to making music software available to even people like me. So thank you, thank you, thank you!


I don't have much money myself, so time and effort is all I can freely give, but I believe in sharing, and I' m glad that pupitup is reaching it's main goal:

Quote:
The aim of this forum, and of Pupitup in general is to provide musicians, and music interested computer users with a common platform of tools, to enable hassle free exchange of music files, material, and ideas using a "standard" set of operating system, software, and web features like a dedicated website and forum.


Quoted from:
http://pupitup.phpbb3now.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1

I really want to share your Thanks with PUPPY and LINUX in general, because if I can "offer" pupitup for FREE it is because the people who have made Linux & Puppy, offered their time and efforts to make it available FREE to me and the rest of the world.

Let me thank You too "amenyahu" for taking the time to say "Thank You".

I wish You lots of fun with Music, Linux, Puppy, & Pupitup, and brighter sunnier days with a little more money margin.

eztuxer
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eztuxer


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PostPosted: Wed 11 Feb 2009, 10:59    Post subject:  

WOW WOW WOW !

http://pupitup.org/

PUPITUP ROCKS ! Cool

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ttuuxxx


Joined: 05 May 2007
Posts: 10747
Location: Ontario Canada,Sydney Australia

PostPosted: Thu 12 Feb 2009, 05:53    Post subject:  

eztuxer wrote:
WOW WOW WOW !

http://pupitup.org/

PUPITUP ROCKS ! Cool


Hello I came across some other software you might like to look at for this release Smile
http://www.linuxsampler.org/screenshots.html
looks like it could be compiled and ran 2 ways , with java and without.
anyways looks like this release is getting popular Smile
good job ! and congrads on the website Wink
ttuuxxx

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http://samples.mplayerhq.hu/A-codecs/ <-- Codec Test Files
http://html5games.com/ <-- excellent HTML5 games Smile

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eztuxer


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Location: Belgium

PostPosted: Thu 12 Feb 2009, 07:33    Post subject:  

Thanks for the info & congrats, ttuuxxx.

There are so many audio soft in Linux, that I'd love to add to the next version (without making it too large, cause I want to keep fast boot, etc...), but it will take some time to brew (and hopefully some help, as I'm no hacker in coding).
Meanwhile, some selected pre tested .pet & .pup pkg list will be posted on the website & Music Lab forum, so users can install them without having to wait for the next version of pupitup.
It takes lots of trials and errors, to add succesfully audio soft as they use different and sometimes incompatible (excluding) libraries, which makes Audacity deaf and dumb if I install Amule for example.
So I use different pups for different things, until it evolves toward good compatibility.
Have you given pupitup a try yet ?
When you do, you can try to add soft on it, and feed me back on the result;
I would like to make Ardour & Hydrogen run on it, as far as my wish list is concerned.

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eztuxer


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Location: Belgium

PostPosted: Mon 16 Feb 2009, 03:30    Post subject:  

Quote:
amenyahu wrote:LADSPA plugins are like VST or Nyquist plugins that that are used in Audacity. They are simply effects plugins, as far as I know. There are a great many available. In Windows, they can work well in Audacity; they just appear in the "Effects" tab. But I don't know if they can work in Audacity in Linux. I tried putting a few in the Audacity plugins folder, and Audacity never saw them. Rezound has a tab that says LADSPA and appears to be able to use the plugins, but I have no idea how to access them.


Pasted from:
http://pupitup.phpbb3now.com/viewtopic.php?f=26&p=52#p52

Does any one know how to use LADSPA on Audacity ?
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