On Sun, 2012-03-04 at 14:14 +0100, Albert Graef wrote:
I would assume that any realtime local transport via something like Jack
or plugins would eschew the network byte order thing since that's quite
a massive amount of overhead for no reason. You'd have to to actually
send it over a network protocol or disk though, of course.
Sure, given that you already have a POD serialization, inventing such a
format wouldn't be hard. Perhaps just invent a RIFF chunk for them.
Time stamps may be a question for sample accuracy.
> > Control data (i.e. "automation") in Ardour is its own thing, not even
What do you mean by "pick the OSC addresses that I want"?
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