On 04/01/2011 11:20 AM, Gabriel M. Beddingfield wrote:
Having worked extensively with tX and Hydrogen I think Tritium is the
perfect library for extending tX functionality.
Given that tX is very close in terms of *basic* user interface and
features to that other app which shall remain nameless and given that
Tritium is designed expressely to bridge the gap in Linux Audio that
needs to be filled from a modularity PoV in order for us to achieve the
more advanced features of the nameless app and given that this seems to
be where Gerald is heading anyway it would be a reasonable idea to
combine forces to
1: Enhance modularity of tX by integrating it with Tritium
2: Enhance modularity of Tritium by integrating it with tX
3: Get additional people involved in the development of Tritium
4: Not have to reinvent the wheel again.
Hydrogen is one of the most advanced compositional tools we have round
here. Tritium is designed to provide a modular way to integrate with
that functionality and extends it to be compatible with LV2. Integrating
that functionality into the tX interface and workflow will be a good
thing(tm) and beneficial to everyone.
There is a lot of good code and "live performance" interface ideas in tX
that would be perfectly suited to integration with the best parts of
Hydrogen. That is effectively what Tritium enables.
I am hard pressed to come up with a more powerful combination than a
modular tX integrated with Tritium. That would really be a useful tool
for live performance. Combined with xwax and we have a complete solution
for live DJing. Sampling, Drums, Midi connectivity, Turntables, Lv2
modularity, live plugins and all in realtime via JACK.
Having those tools completely integrated and modular would be a huge
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