On 10/14/2011 12:40 PM, Dan MacDonald wrote:
in case you didn't notice, qsampler is a _front-end_ to linuxsampler.
that definition also applies to the other cases, like jsampler (aka.
fantasia) and gsampler.
the actual sampler engine is linuxsampler which also acts like a server
to any of its front-ends (clients) via lscp (linuxsampler control
protocol) a simple line text protocol over plain tcp/ip.
linuxsampler front-ends like qsampler only "talks" lscp, they don't know
nothing about jack, midi nor sound-files, whatsoever. it is linuxsampler
that does all the dirty work, even if its being redirected via its
however, linuxsampler as an engine does not provide any interface to
edit sample files be that .gig or .sfz . you edit those files through an
appropriate stand-alone application (eg. gigedit) and then tell
linuxsampler to load the product into its engine. that's it.
you can now guess the answer is no ;)
rncbc aka Rui Nuno Capela
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