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Dave Phillips schrieb:
To stress this a little: LMMS runs very good under Linux if ALSA is in
charge directly. At least it feels much more stable, is quicker to
respond and does not introduce any crackles or noise.
Thats why I have the impression, that tobydox could be tempted to think:
"Well then... let jack be jack - my app runs OK under Linux and I
designed it to be a one-stop kind of thing." LMMS SVN has a very well
implemented internal version of ZynaddsubFX. I would say, this points
in this direction also.
Its quite similar to audacity, that runs OK for many years using OSS and
ALSA and is quite behind in supporting jack seamlessly.
And I also see no reason to be upset because the GUI is being improved
while audio-problems remain unsolved - it is free software, released to
the community and one of the promises of FOSS is, that others may help,
if your project has problems to solve certain issues. Issues that may be
beyond your own box of tricks. ;-)
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