Re: [LAD] Announcing PHASEX-0.14.96

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To: Jeremy Jongepier <jeremy@...>, <linux-audio-dev@...>
Date: Sunday, December 30, 2012 - 9:53 pm

> ----- Original Message -----

Correct.  Multi-instance worked, but it was a pain.  Currently, number
of voices is set at compile time, so be sure to run configure with
--enable-parts=4, or however may parts you want to use.  More than two
parts per CPU core is not currently recommended, however.


I had already implemented this as the "Notes Off" button before reviewing
Anton's work.  This probably should be renamed.

> > Overall, I am pleased with where PHASEX has arrived. In the past, I

Unfortunately, I haven't got around to implementing LFO sync with the MIDI
clock yet, so there still may be some drift.  This MIDI clock currently
handles event timestamping and MIDI/audio/engine thread synchronization,
and does not yet handle phase sync.  If you're running on a fast 64-bit
processor, you can get better precision on the LFOs with a pure 64-bit
build (--enable-cpu-power=4).

> > This version is fully tested with Fedora 17 and 18, and should be just

Try v0.14.97-dev in git:

git clone -b v0.14.97-dev

I haven't been able to verify the jack1 fixes yet, but I'm very hopeful.

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Re: [LAD] Announcing PHASEX-0.14.96, William Weston, (Sun Dec 30, 9:53 pm)
Re: [LAD] Announcing PHASEX-0.14.96, Jeremy Jongepier, (Mon Dec 31, 5:19 pm)
Re: [LAD] Announcing PHASEX-0.14.96, Geoff Beasley, (Sun Dec 30, 11:25 pm)
Re: [LAD] Announcing PHASEX-0.14.96, Diego Simak, (Mon Dec 31, 4:09 pm)