Re: [LAU] bristol saving/loading banks

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3. use jack session management

"we have to make sure the old choice [Windows] doesn't disappear=94.
Jim Wong=2C president of IT products=2C Acer

Date: Thu=2C 21 Jul 2011 12:05:26 +0200
From: rosea.grammostola@gmail.com
To: linux-audio-user@lists.linuxaudio.org
Subject: Re: [LAU] bristol saving/loading banks

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On 07/21/2011 12:00 PM=2C Nick Copeland wrote:
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Hi Renato=2C

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Bristol is delivered with 'factory' sounds which by default are
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/usr/local/share/bristol/memory/mini (or whichever emulator you
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looking at). The program does not typically write to this
location.

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When you save a memory the GUI will look for a variable called

BRISTOL_CACHE=2C find a subdirectory called =2C
'mini' in

your case=2C then save the memory there. The default location for
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cache is ~/.bristol/memory and if the subdirectory structure
does not

exist then it is created (if it is possible: you need write
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in the parent directory=2C naturally).

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When you load memories this location is first scanned for the
memory

you want=2C if that fails it will look for it in the installation
'factory' sounds.

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This gives you two choices:=20

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1. configure a unique BRISTOL_CACHE for each project.

2. keep a backup manually with `cd=3B tar cfvpz
bristolprojectX.tgz .bristol`

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You may want to do both.....
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And what about using JackSession=2C or do I miss something?

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3. use jack session management"we have to make sure the old choice =
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On 07/21/2011 12:00 PM=2C Nick Copeland wrote:

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Hi Renato=2C

Bristol is delivered with 'factory' sounds which by default are
in
/usr/local/share/bristol/memory/mini (or whichever emulator you
are
looking at). The program does not typically write to this
location.

When you save a memory the GUI will look for a variable called
BRISTOL_CACHE=2C find a subdirectory called &lt=3Bemulator&gt=3B=2C
'mini' in
your case=2C then save the memory there. The default location for
the
cache is ~/.bristol/memory and if the subdirectory structure
does not
exist then it is created (if it is possible: you need write
permissions
in the parent directory=2C naturally).

When you load memories this location is first scanned for the
memory
you want=2C if that fails it will look for it in the installation
'factory' sounds.

This gives you two choices:

1. configure a unique BRISTOL_CACHE for each project.
2. keep a backup manually with `cd=3B tar cfvpz
bristolprojectX.tgz .bristol`

You may want to do both.....

And what about using JackSession=2C or do I miss something?

\r

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[LAU] bristol saving/loading banks, Renato, (Tue Jul 19, 7:56 pm)
Re: [LAU] bristol saving/loading banks, Renato, (Thu Jul 21, 9:37 am)
Re: [LAU] bristol saving/loading banks, Nick Copeland, (Thu Jul 21, 10:00 am)
Re: [LAU] bristol saving/loading banks, Renato, (Thu Jul 21, 10:28 am)
Re: [LAU] bristol saving/loading banks, rosea grammostola, (Thu Jul 21, 10:05 am)
Re: [LAU] bristol saving/loading banks, Nick Copeland, (Thu Jul 21, 10:09 am)