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"more easy to add apps without session support into the session"
How is that done?
On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 7:15 PM, rosea.grammostola <
> On 03/26/2012 05:51 PM, Louigi Verona wrote:
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2012 at 7:15 PM, rosea.grammostola <email@example.com> wro=
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uigi Verona wrote:
I would like to ask. I did see a demonstration and it looks really nice.
However, am I right in understanding that currently only several apps
are really supported? And if this is true - is there an option of adding
support for more apps?
The API is explained on this website: http://non.tuxfamily.org/nsm/API.html=
Developers can build patches for their software to support NSM, as they can=
do for JS and Ladish. At the moment only non-daw, non-seq, non-mixer and y=
oshimi (patch available).
Atm their are more applications with JS support (Ladish supports ladi, JS a=
nd NSM): http://tangostudio.tuxfamily.org/en/packages/unsta=
But the development of JackSession API has more or less stopped because of =
the fact that Torben has no time for Linuxaudio atm. Also it's not real=
istic to expect many efforts from Paul in this area.
Moreover, NSM seems to have features JS lacks, but which could be a plus wh=
en it comes to workflow (stop session, copy session, more easy to add apps =
without session support into the session, possible to add apps without JACK=
support to the session).
Also some people (Fons, Liles, Nedko) think that JS has it's limitation=
s and therefore they don't support it (Fons, Liles). NSM could gain wid=
er support probably.
At first sight, NSM looks to me more promising then JS does, e.g. it has mo=
re chance to become really useful and to get broad support in the community=
(from the 'modular diehards'). But this is just a personal feeling=
/ thought. If this is really the case, depends on the view of the LAD commu=
-- Louigi Ve=