Music production session manager
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Program version 0.4.1
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4 years ago
Agordejo (Esperanto: 'place to set things up') is a music production session manager.
It is used to start your programs, remember their (JACK) interconnections and make your life easier
in general.
You can create a session, or project, add programs to it and then use commands to save, start/stop,
hide/show all programs at once, or individually. At a later date you can then re-open
the session and continue where you left off.
Agordejo does not re-invent the wheel but instead uses the New-Session-Manager daemon and enhances
it with some tricks of its own, that always remain 100% compatible with the original sessions.
4 years ago
This README is just a short introduction. Consult the manual (see below) for more information.
# Contact and Information
* Website
* Bugs and Issues:
* Git Repositories for all programs:
* Documentation and Manual
# Installation and Starting
## Download
### Release Version
If the latest release is not available through your package manger you can build it yourself:
Download the latest code release on and extract it.
### Git Version
It is possible to clone a git repository.
`git clone`
## Dependencies
* Glibc
* Python 3.6 (maybe earlier)
* PyQt5 for Python 3
* DejaVu Sans Sarif TTF (Font) (recommended, but not technically necessary)
* nsmd: New Session Manager
* pyxdg: python-xdg
#### Build Dependencies
* Bash
* GCC (development is done on 8.2, but most likely you can use a much earlier version)
### Environment:
* Jack Audio Connection Kit must be running
## Build and Install
./configure --prefix=/usr/local
sudo make install
## Starting
If you installed Agordejo through a package manager or yourself simply use your application launcher
or terminal to start the executable `agordejo`
You can also run Agordejo after extracting the release archive or cloning from git, without make or
installation. If you did so, for additional features please link tools/nsm-data to your executable PATH.
Use the manpage `man agordejo` or run `agordejo --help` (or local variant `./agordejo --help` )
to see available command line parameters.