On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 01:46:03PM -0800, J. Liles wrote:
I think that would be a great idea...
One step further, one could even have an extra layer on top of
jack that would allow alsa sequencer clients to run on top of
jack (alsa sequencer emulation).
If I remember well, Paul said something in a paper about push models
on top of pull models being a lot more viable than the other way round.
Maybe it's a silly idea, and I don't know how huge the technical
challenge would be. And maybe it defeats the purpose of jack (to educate
us !!!), and breeds a whole new generation of lazy programmers, that
just want to throw lots of midi events at jack.
But it would be really nice to get rid of the jack and alsa midi distinction.
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