sloop.splitter is a realtime sound effect program. It samples sounds from any source and dissects them. It searches for waveforms and repeats them from one repetition to thousands. So, it generates synthetic sounds from natural ones. The waveforms are never deformed, only repeated, so always natural waveforms are played, but in a more or less synthetic way. The number of repetitions constantly changes from one (the identical sound) to thousands and back. It tries to show the transition between the synthetic and the natural.
transtoba2 facilitates the transliteration or transcription of a word or text from the Roman script into the Toba Batak script. Transliterating from the Roman into the Batak script is not an easy undertaking, as the Batak script has a number of peculiarities that complicates the process of transliteration. This program uses a set of algorithms which enables the user to effortlessly transliterate from the Roman to the Toba Batak script.
Re: Can anyone get this to compile on newer Linux distros?
Thanks for the diffs for compiling the driver!
With a insmod -f i made it work on my system.