On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 05:03:41AM +0100, Andrew C wrote:
Ecasound can probably meet your sync requirements.
According to the Ecasound User's Manual:
JACK's transport control interface allows controlling the
transport state of all the apps connected to one JACK server
from a single application. Ecasound can support this
functionality in four different modes ("notransport",
"send", "recv" and "sendrecv").
For Ecasound to respond to external transport controls, you
need to set:
-G:jack,eca_slave,recv # responds
-G:jack,eca_slave,sendrecv # sends as well as responds
> Of course, this rules out jack_capture I'm afraid!
Yours is a minority opinion on looks. :-)
Even this mother is not especially enamored of them.
To get the Tk interface via Debian, you'll need to:
apt-get install perl-tk
Or if by CPAN:
To get Ecasound/Nama to respond to JACK transport you'll
need to set the configuration variables above in $HOME/.namarc
(created on the first run). I would suggest starting with:
ecasound_globals_default: "-z:mixmode,sum -G:jack,eca_slave,recv"
and deleting the line for 'ecasound_globals_realtime', which is
> Arnold, I can't find any link to time-machine as audio recording software
FWIW, audacity clocks in at 54MB at startup, and
automatically detects (but does not start) JACK.
Did not test JACK transport sync.
> Thanks again,
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