Kakapo-app - :musical_note: [Web & Desktop] An open source ambient sound mixer

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Kakapo is an open source ambient sound mixer for relaxation or productivity. This repo builds a website and desktop version (for Mac OSX & Windows).

https://github.com/bluedaniel/Kakapo-app#readme
https://github.com/bluedaniel/Kakapo-app

Dependencies:

babel-polyfill : ^6.26.0
clipboard : ^2.0.1
connected-react-router : ^4.3.0
fs-extra : ^7.0.0
hint.css : ^2.3.2
history : ^4.7.2
howler : ^2.0.14
intl : ^1.2.4
kakapo-assets : ^5.18.0
lost : ^8.3.0
polished : ^1.9.3
query-string : ^6.1.0
ramda : ^0.25.0
react : ^16.4.2
react-dom : ^16.4.2
react-dropzone : ^4.3.0
react-hot-loader : ^4.3.4
react-intl : ^2.4.0
react-redux : ^5.0.7
react-router : ^4.3.1
react-router-dom : ^4.3.1
react-transition-group : ^2.4.0
recompose : ^0.28.2
redux : ^4.0.0
redux-saga : ^0.16.0
remote-redux-devtools : ^0.5.13
request : ^2.88.0
semver : ^5.5.0
shortid : ^2.2.12
whatwg-fetch : ^2.0.4
ytdl-core : ^0.24.0

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