The Graphical Audio Language
A modular synthesiser - drum-machine - sequencer - effects-unit for Linux and Win32
News, history, and upcoming events
I did a another tutorial demo video. Its not as funny as the other one, and shorter. This shows the process of building a custom compact UI for the plate reverb ladpsa. galan-tut02.ogv
I did a tutorial demo video. Its not really good, but i think it could be useful to get someone going. The Bug i found, while recording it, was coming from the refactoring i did yesterday and is already fixed. galan-tut01.ogv
Long time no updates. I worked my way back through my old projects. After fixing some of fst. I am gonna get gAlan into shape for a release. Development moved to git. Get current version with git clone git://repo.or.cz/galan.git
I finally made a track, that i actually like :) psyKlatsche07 - looped extracts.
Because its not at all clear, how to build a polyphonic synth with galan, i have build an example synth. It uses the fabulous AmpIV plugins from caps plugins Get it here. Ahh.. and use galan-0.3.0_beta7 Thanks to Mike M who made this synth possible.
another small demo track.... wennWirUntenSind2 (vst instrumentu ersdrums) and the galan library components.
Mar-8-2004 torbenh: galan-0.3.0_beta5 is released. Additionally to numerous bugfixes. This adds cloning support.
For more news (and older news), see the news page.
gAlan is an audio-processing tool (both on-line and off-line) for X windows and Win32. It allows you to build synthesisers, effects chains, mixers, sequencers, drum-machines etc. etc. in a modular fashion by linking together icons representing primitive audio-processing components. For further information, please see the introduction. Examples of things gAlan can do are available here.
gAlan was written by, and is copyright to, Tony Garnock-Jones and Torben Hohn. Please see this page for contact details.
It was developed on Linux using GTK+ v1.2.0 (0.3 branch uses gtk+2) and the OSS sound drivers but nowadays ALSA and Jack are also supported. gAlan is released under the GNU General Public License (but see here for an exception regarding the plugins!).
The gAlan Homepage
The main Internet homepage for galan is at http://galan.sourceforge.net/. You can always get there by clicking through the link "Go to master website" in the sidebar.