On Tue, Jan 31, 2012 at 09:09:46PM -1000, david wrote:
There are related issues with Ecasound.
Configuring the audio engine and connecting the engine with
external resources are separate steps. JACK ports are
created in the second step. Once created, these ports
are maintained regardless of transport state.
For Nama, which uses Ecasound, I'm also hoping that session
management will help. Nama retains state information, such
as project name, that Ecasound does not.
Is there any movement to make JACK session tools available
to programs written in scripting languages? MMA, written
in Python for example, could also benefit...
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