I'm kind of pressed for time with several projects at the moment. Sorry I
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On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 8:02 PM, Paul Davis wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 8:30 PM, Aaron Krister Johnson
I'd don't know about JACK Session. Is it
http://sourceforge.net/projects/jacksm/ ? If so, that's also a GUI.
http://ardour.org/a3_features_jack_session_support is the first Google link
that I get for the search term "JACK Session" and it looks like something
built into things like QJackctl...are you saying it's actually a CL tool as
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> PianoTeq doesn't configure things when jack is running. It just de=
> comparing apples to apples when I announced my results: for instance, =
would it be so hard to just run that very simple command i asked
about? you have absolutely no guarantee that the parameters presented
by Pianoteq translate directly into ALSA driver parameters, though
they probably do. i gave you a very, very simple way to make sure of
this but we still seem to be arguing about whether to run it or not.
I'm kind of pressed for time with =
several projects at the moment. Sorry I didn't do this earlier. When I =
get the chance, I'll reinstall the older version of jack1 and run the t=
ests again with the output of that command. We'll see, but I'm pret=
ty sure there's no reason that Alsa would arbitrarily change the buffer=
settings and such that PianoTeq requests in their config dialog.
>> yeah, its in the backlog at present. its functionality overlaps qu=
well, JACK Session springs to mind. this should be taken up on the
jack mailing list rather than here.
I'd don't know about JACK Session. Is it=C2=
/projects/jacksm/=C2=A0? If so, that's also a GUI.=C2=A0http://ardour.org/a3_feat=
ures_jack_session_support=C2=A0is the first Google link that I get for =
the search term "JACK Session" and it looks like something built =
into things like QJackctl...are you saying it's actually a CL tool as w=
AKJ-- Aaron Krister Johns=