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 hiden on code of ZynAddSubFX (by Paul Nasca Octavian). Some time after here is the
 result of our work... 
 
-This app has 42 effects: EQ Lineal, Compressor, Distortion, Overdrive, Echo, Chorus,
+This app has 19 effects: EQ Lineal, Compressor, Distortion, Overdrive, Echo, Chorus,
 Phaser, Flanger, Reverb , Parametric EQ, Wah Wah, Alienwha, Harmonizer etc. 
 The effects are procesed in cascade... The order of effects are configurable by the user. 
 The state of rack can be saved as 'presets'. Sets of presets can be stored as 'banks'. 
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 libxpm
 libjack100.0
 libasound2
-libsamplerate0
-libsndfile1
-aconnect  (part of Debian Package alsa-utils, name may vary on other distributions)
+aconnect
 jackd
-libxft2
+
 
 If you want to compile you will also need the development packages:
 
 libxpm-dev 
 libfltk1.1-dev
 libjack-dev
-libsndfile1-dev
-libsamplerate0-dev
 libasound2-dev
-libxft-dev
 
 The name of the packages are typical of the naming convention for Debian-based distributions.
 These can be a little different for each distro. Use your package manager search function
 to find the equivalent package for your distribution.
-
-If you are new to building packages from source code on Linux you will need a few other things
-to set up a minimal development environment.
-1) g++ (the compiler)
-2) make
-3) autotools-dev
-
-Then if compiling from git repository, you need these too.
-1) git-core (it is probable you have this if you're reading this README as it is likely you already used it to git the code).
-2) autogen
 
 If working from a graphical environment, you may wish to install 
 qjackctl or patchage to aid with configuring jackd and connecting JACK clients.
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 2.6.31.6-rt19
 Intel HDA
 
-Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 3.20GHz (Dual processor -- Dell PowerEdge 1750 server)
-3GB RAM
-2.6.26-2-686
-Debian Stable
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-
 For more information about this app or help compiling, please visit http://rakarrack.sourceforge.net or
 join the #rakarrack chanel in freenode IRC.