April 26, 2012:
November 19, 2008:
OOOPS! It was pointed out to me that there was a typo in my "mailto:" URL on this page. I have fixed that. Thanks, Matt!
August 30, 2007:
CREATE FTP SERVER IS OUT OF SERVICE. I HAVE MOVED THE DISTRIBUTION TO ANOTHER SITE AND UPDATED THE LINKS ON THIS PAGE TO POINT THERE.
April 08, 2007:
X86LINUX binary for MiXViews 1.35 is now available.
April 21, 2004:
Fixed the links to the newest
versions of the binaries and put them above.
September 10, 2003:
Source and X86LINUX binary for MiXViews 1.30 are now available. OS X binary to follow.
June 12, 2003:
Source for MiXViews 1.29 is now available.
A new binary for v1.29 is now available for X86 Linux machines as well.
Feb 3, 2003:
Source for MiXViews 1.28 is now available.
I have renamed the Linux binary distribution files to reflect the
that there will soon be versions for both X86 Linux and Mac Linux.
Feb 21, 2001:
Source and binaries for MiXViews 1.24 now available.
A tar.gz distribution of precompiled and "installed" InterViews headers, config files, and library is now available
for Linux. This will allow those who wish to compile MiXViews from source to do so without having to compile
the InterViews source (which is difficult). Also I have updated the manual, and many of the other web pages
related to MiXViews.
May 23, 2000:
Source for MiXViews 1.23 Patchlevel 03 is now available.
July 13, 1999:
MiXViews version 1.22 is now available for Sun, Linux, and SGI.
May 18, 1999:
There is now an HTML manual for MiXViews available here
Sept 1, 1998:
MiXViews version 1.20 is now available for NeXT, Sun, Linux, and
January 29, 1997:
MiXViews version 1.10 is now available as binaries for NeXT, Sun,
June 24, 1996:
MiXViews source code version 1.10 is now available, at long last.
for NeXT, Sun, Linux, and SGI should be available in the near future.
October 23, 1995:
I updated the ftp links in this document to point at the most recent
versions of all the precompiled binaries.
October 1, 1995:
MiXViews source code version 1.07 now has patch 03, which fixes a
of bugs in the SGI AIFF-C code and fixed a bug in the default directory
code. Precompiled binaries will be available in the near future.
What's the difference between mixview and MiXViews?
Mxv is light years beyond the old "mixview" in its capabilities. For example, six different kinds of on-disk data can be created, edited, and stored -- all of which are used and/or useful for sound synthesis. Any number of files may be displayed simultaneously on the screen, and you can cut and paste between them in many different ways. Many more different types of sound and data modification are possible in mxv.
Do I have to pay for MiXViews?
No! MiXViews is freely distributable. My only requirements for those who use it are:
Will I have to compile MiXViews myself to use it?
The following four files contain already-compiled binaries for the platforms indicated. Note that these are not all at the current version number.
Will MiXViews run 1) under MacOS9? 2) under Windows/DOS?
No, sorry -- MiXViews is currently a UNIX-only program, and will not run on other operating systems. The port to Mac OSX is complete and available now. I soon hope to have a port to Mac Linux as well.