On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 6:38 PM, Paul Davis wrote:
There are some interesting point of view in this thread:
- There's a potential problem with the complexity of a big synth using
this mapping (anyway, big synths are almost every time complex to map
to the control system, be it midi or anything else)
- Jack midi infrastructure's potential is maybe underestimated, and
using it we could implement something that could allow more than 8bits
messages. This may become necessary at some points (non-chromatic
frequency notes, precise control of parameters, etc.)
- The straight forward features of CV-like flow and their "physical'
property could be used in interesting ways by users and developpers
(kind of related example is reason)
It's interesting to note that all of these problematics have been
discussed and/or adressed in lv2, maybe this work can be used in jack
for the benefit of all ?
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