Fixing a few bugs – terminatorX 4.0.1

Quick bugfix release to address some issues with the audio backends: The user interface allowed selecting the PulseAudio backend, even when terminatorX was built without PulseAudio support. In addition the error message was not really helpful and PulseAudio was not set as default as it was intended.

These issues have been fixed with release 4.0.1, as usual you can find the tarball on the download page, the PPA builds are currently in progress – the resulting .deb packages should be available shortly.

3 thoughts on “Fixing a few bugs – terminatorX 4.0.1”

  1. May a leave a suggestion of what I think is a small addition that would make this beautiful Terminator X even more useful: Looppoints. I mean when you could determine when in the audio file loaded in an Turntable, the Loop starts and ends. Thanks for Your work! I love TerminatorX and was really annoyed that the newer versions of Ubuntustudio didn’t have it in its standard pack.

    1. Hi Mark,

      unfortunately terminatorX currently does not have such a feature. However, if you are using the jackd or pulse backends you can easily record the rendered audio without losing quality.

      For jackd you might want to look into:

      For pulseaudio you can just use parec (see this discussion on ask ubuntu).

      Hope this helps, regards,
      Alex

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