ok guys, not yet ogg/vorbis streaming in, but ALMOST THERE, so:


                  dyne.org autoproduzioni
                      proudly presents:

             [[[ MuSE 0.7.2 "SPATOF" release ]]]
               :: Multiple Streaming Engine ::

yet a new release, much more stable than before, you'd better upgrade!!

MuSE is an application for mixing, encoding, and network streaming of sound.
MuSE can simultaneously mix up to 6 encoded audio bitstreams (from files or
network), plus a souncard input signal. The resulting stream can be played
locally on the sound card and/or encoded as an mp3 bitstream sent to a
broadcast server. MuSE also offers an intuitive interface to be operated in
realtime and can run in "slick" mode from commandline.

This application is being developed in the hope to provide the Free Software
community a user friendly tool for network audio streaming, making life
easier for independent free speech radios.

MuSE project is supported by
PUBLIC VOICE Lab ........ [ http://www.pvl.at ]
SERVUS.AT ............... [ http://www.servus.at ]

MuSE 0.7.2 "SPATOF" - 23 07 02
/* since the previous release MuSE has been massively used by a lot
   of users, giving feedback with ideas and bugreports.
   this release integrates the new NCURSES interface by rubik,
   some important bugfixes and features for better usability
   AND, just to inflate developer's chests a bit, dmalloc says:
   max memory space wasted: 0 bytes (0%)
   rock - the - house ;) */
        NCURSES console l33t interface for asciifreaks (by rubik)
        local file saving has been fixed
        directories can be recursevely added
        pause now works perfect
        vumeter is no more frenzy
        stream produced is "public" for icecast metaservers
	network streams no more crashing at the end
	debianizer packaging directory (by godog)


***** Internals:

MuSE is written in C++ and is a multithreaded application. It reads streams
using the included libmpeg library (mp3 format) and it can optionally link
the OggVorbis library to read ogg files. For encoding the sound into mp3, it
links LAME as a shared library using it through API calls. MuSE also
features a user interface using the GTK+ widget library.

                               FR E E  E E E E E GHETE!

***** Requirements:

  Lame need to be installed, in particular libmp3lame and the header
  lame.h must be properly installed.

- OGG VORBIS (optional)
  You can compile and install libogg and libvorbis on your machine before
  compiling MuSE; the configure script will recognize them and include
  support for decoding and mixing of .ogg files.

- GTK+ (optional)
  if libgtk and all the related libraries are present, MuSE will compile the
  GTK+ graphic user interface for interactive use and additional fun.

- NCURSES (optional)
  if libncurses is present, MuSE will compile the l33t h4xor console
  interface to be used into ASCII terminals with hotkeys.

***** Compile and install:

- get latest version of lame: (if you already have lame and libmp3lame
  jump to point 2, after checking that version is >3.89) download it
  from www.mp3dev.org/mp3 and follow the simple instructions to get
  installed this wonderful GPL mp3 encoder.

- (optional) install libogg and libvorbis:

- compile: cd MuSE-x.x.x ; ./configure (or try ./configure --help to
  have listed some compile options) ; make ; make install

***** for usage instructions refer to the USAGE file

please read KNOWN-BUGS before reporting any bug and then contact the
muse@xxxxxxxx mailinglist, THANKS!

if you are a MuSE (ab)user, join the mailing list send a mail to

we are also on irc.openprojects.net channel #muse



if you find this software useful and you'd like to support its
development, consider to make a donation!

in offering you this software for free (as of speech!) we are not
considering money at all, but to have such a ecosystem working we need
also your help in terms of generosity!

it's very easy thru PAYPAL, refer to dyne.org homepage for details.

THANKS, a thousand flowers will blossom!


MuSE is copyright (c) 2000, 2001, 2002 by jaromil
MuSE's GTK+ GUI is copyright (c) 2001, 2002 by nightolo
MuSE's NCURSES GUI is copyright (c) 2002 by rubik

part of the redistributed code is copyright by the respective authors,
please refer to the AUTHORS file and to the supplied sourcecode for
further information and to COPYING for the full license.


This source code is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU Public License as published 
by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License,
or (at your option) any later version.

This source code is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
Please refer to the GNU Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU Public License along with
this source code; if not, write to:
Free Software Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.

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