yes the mixer is the heart of all. and jackmixer is one of the best i ever use
Am Sat, 02 Jul 2011 23:02:27 +0200
schrieb rosea grammostola :
> On 07/02/2011 10:40 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
a global jack session support sound's like a dream. jack session support is IMO the KEY
or the next step to make music under linux much more attractive, productive and at least
more creative. one of the main problems is the long time you need to start your lovely
linux audio-system, make connections and try to remember how you can restore the set from
your last cool session and so on. at least i often give up to create music, because the
idea is gone after all this more or less unlikely administrative work.
beside this, sometimes if everything worked as expected and you currently make really
cool music, you become mournful while you are playing. why? because you now it is mostly
not possible to reconstruct the current session to continue this creative process and his
product(nice music). the super-GAU is when you make dozens of connections and your mixer
stop working, and you directly return to your starting point.
ok, this is all off-topic and for sure discussed hundreds of times. but i am often
frustrated to use linux-audio applications because the eat my time without a creative
output. since ~10 years, i only don't give up try working creative with linux-audio
applications, because my big pighead and my unbreakable hope.
> > but i didn't agree to save the application data into the jack-session folder!