Monthly Archives: February 2014

PandoraLive is One Year Old!

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It’s been one year that this Blog dedicated to the Pandora has opened its doors, and its evolution kind of mimics my experience with the Pandora. Getting my first model in 2012, then progressively becoming more involved with the Community, going back to coding stuff in my spare time… to realizing the lack of a good online resource dedicated to the Pandora (apart from the boards). “Hey, if no-one is doing it, then I will do it myself”. That’s how it all started.

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Music Production on the Pandora

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Hello Everyone. Canseco here. There are programs available for the Open Pandora to make music (well, these are general Linux programs). Until recently their Pandora version lacked Jack support, so I started to compile it for them. I did not know how they worked, so as I was testing, I was reading manuals and following video tutorials. It helped a lot to understand why Jack was so important for Music Production. Today I’d like to give you some insights as to what you can do with some tools.

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Weekly Software News Feb 10th to 16th 2014

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Another extremely busy week, with tons of updates and new releases undoubtedly linked to the Alive and Kicking Coding Competition (aka AAKCC). The deadline was just last Sunday and the entries are now all in and voting is about to start. Apart from the Compo candidates, there were several other releases and updates, such as the new Firefox 27!

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Weekly Software News Feb 3rd to 9th 2014

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Wow, that was a very busy week for new releases, since there were more releases than updates. That’s very rare, but there’s a good chance it was linked to the upcoming deadline for the Alive and Kicking Coding Competition. Many good entries in this week, with a special mention of Printrun which makes Pandora able to drive a 3D printer on its own! That’s a pretty cool function, while it may not be useful for many people out there.

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