Re: [LAD] [LAU] So what do you think sucks about Linux audio ?

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To: Paul Davis <paul@...>
Cc: <linux-audio-user@...>, <linux-audio-dev@...>, Dan MacDonald <allcoms@...>
Date: Sunday, February 10, 2013 - 10:48 pm

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-- Sent from my HP TouchPadOn 10.02.2013 23:30, Paul Davis <paul@li=> wrote: On Sun, Feb 10, 2013 at 5:05 PM, <> wrote:=0AAuto mode for JACK latency=
is a good idea. I have another proposition: a dedicated graphical=
front-end for jack session. It could help users setup their workflow , by =
providing a list of all the jack aware programs installed, categorized by t=
ype (sampler, daw, synth). The program should aid in setting up a project ,=
eg firing up ardour with several tracks, firing up synths (lv2 instruments=
/hosts incl) with presets selectable from the front-end with a preview soun=
d. The front-end could trigger the synth in question with a midi note when =
selecting a preset. Lv2 plugins, that is pure audio effects, could also lis=
ted with the ability to directly send a signal from the audio interface thr=
ough the selected plugin to quickly hear what it does. One could then assoc=
iate the selected plugin with, say a track in ardour, and another plugin wi=
th a track in hydrogen or so. =0Awhat you are des=
cribing is basically the "monolithic app" experience (from a user perspecti=
ve) but created using a set of independent applications and processes.<=
br>speaking personally, i think there are better things to do with our time=
=2E=0A Well just for the initialization of the project. Th=
e diversity experience of the multiple programs , ecosystem shall still be =

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