Rakarrack is a stereo digital effects processor for Linux with jack support. Standard line-up of nearly 40 effects modules include Equalizers, Reverbs, Echo, Flange, Chorus, Distortions, WahWah, Vocoder, and other filters and processing modules.

Features

  • Tuner
  • Midi Converter
  • Presets
  • Equalizer
  • Flanger
  • Echo
  • Chorus
  • Reverb
  • Phaser
  • Wah-Wah
  • Harmonizer
  • Distortion
  • Overdrive
  • Delay
  • Pan
  • Vocoder
  • Looper
  • Sequenced Filter
  • Convolution Reverbs and Cabinets
  • StompBox emulator

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User Reviews

  • This is a great program. Produces great effects, wonderful sounds! The only issue is the lack of documentation. Nevertheless, it is easy to use.

  • Been meaning to try this for years.... Should have done it earlier! It really works well for me, despite a puny Atom cpu in an HP netbook and a kludged lead from an electric Ukulele stuck into the microphone socket. Yes, this lash-up can be noisy - the impedances are mismatched, the signal levels too, but a very respectable result indeed. The processing is highly effective and the presets are (of course) variable in their suitability (not every effect is ideal for a ukulele) with gems that include a really decent and surprising choice of autowah effects. Never thought I'd say that. The user interface is logical, but there is a lot of it. That's because it can do so much. Fortunately there is a 'Random' button that creates random new patches for you - keep pushing it and some fun stuff can emerge. Documentation is helpful - press F1 and have a look, it even includes hardware suggestions and hints. I intend to follow that religiously so as to get the best from this gem - and I'll be spending money to get the suggested full fat Behringer interface (~£20) from Amazon, and trying a less-compact machine with some more CPU to see if that adds to the experience. Problems? A couple of the presets do seem to crash Rakarrack - but apart from that irt has been solid. Recommended to give it a go, if you have not already done so. Both guitar an uke work well with this.

  • This is a really cool program. It let's you fiddle with a lot of cool effects, without having to spend a lot of money. The program works really well, after a bit of fiddling with the Jack server, and it far exceeds some of the commercial programs I have tried. I hope that this project gets some attention :) If I wasn't a "coding dyslexic", I'd be the first to sign up.

  • program is no longer being developed? too bad

  • just discovered this application, and I found it very usefull to work with on my laptop. Many thanks !

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

X Window System (X11)

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2008-01-28