On Sat, 2009-10-10 at 08:02 -0400, Dave Phillips wrote:
> Can't say I blame the devs for switching it over to Windows, especially
I've spoken to the developers via IRC and they are actually interested
in improving JACK support, however they do not know how to do this. They
are open to any improvements, indeed they added the patch I supplied to
fix the misuse of JACK transport. Unfortunately it is quite a complex
program to get involved in.
On the audio side, plugins are run in separate threads and mixed
together. This is then put through a locking fifo buffer which the jack
process handler reads from.
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