Projects / StompBoxes


StompBoxes is a realtime audio effects processor, designed specifically for guitar, but usable by different instruments which send an electric signal. The program processes the signal at 44.1khz in 16 bit and requires a full duplex soundcard in order to work.


Recent releases

  •  04 Aug 2002 05:26

    Release Notes: Saving the audio to a WAV file has been implemented in this version.

    •  28 Jun 2001 22:14

      Release Notes: New abilities to run effects in parallel and to change the blocksize (which can dramatically improve latency), two more plugins, and some bugfixes.

      •  15 Jun 2001 06:11

        Release Notes: Stompboxes was almost completely rewritten. It features a modular GUI, more audio effects, saving and loading etc. The project is now called Stompboxes2.


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