Client application for the Madrona Labs Soundplane.
Copyright (c) 2019 Madrona Labs LLC. http://www.madronalabs.com
Distributed under the MIT license: http://madrona-labs.mit-license.org/
To compile this project, the Xcode Command Line Tools and CMake are required.
Xcode Command Line Tools can be downloaded and installed from the "Downloads"
tab in Xcode's settings. An easy way of installing CMake is to do it via
Homebrew: With Homebrew installed, type
brew install cmake in a terminal.
The madronalib and soundplanelib projects at (https://github.com/madronalabs/) are also required. Follow the directions in these projects to build them and to install the headers and libraries to /usr/local.
In order to prepare the build, the following commands can be used.
$ mkdir build $ cd build $ cmake -GXcode ..
At this point, cmake should have created an Xcode project
soundplane.xcodeproj ready for compiling in
build/. You can change to the build directory and open it in the XCode app, or if you just want to build the application and run it from the comfort of the terminal, these commands can be used
$ xcodebuild -project soundplane.xcodeproj -target Soundplane -configuration RelWithDebInfo $ open ./RelWithDebInfo/Soundplane.app
note: untested. CMake files may need work.
On Linux, the Soundplane application requires a few packages to be installed in order to be built. GCC is required, but that is bundled with most Linux distributions. On Ubuntu, the following command installs the dependencies:
$ sudo apt-get install cmake libx11-dev libusb-1.0.0-dev libfreetype6-dev \ libgl1-mesa-dev libxrandr-dev libxinerama-dev libxcursor-dev \ libasound2-dev freeglut3-dev libavahi-compat-libdnssd-dev
In order to fetch source dependencies and build, the following commands can be used (in a terminal)
$ mkdir build $ cd build $ cmake .. $ make
On Linux, the Soundplane application typically uses udev to access Soundplane via USB. On most stock Linux installations, the default configuration is to block non-superuser access to the Soundplane. In order to allow the Soundplane application to access the device, add a udev rule that allows it:
$ sudo cp Data/59-soundplane.rules /etc/udev/rules.d/ $ sudo udevadm control --reload-rules
The app can now be run with
If desired, it is possible to build a Debian package with the command
$ make Soundplane_deb