On 12/02/12 8:57 AM, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
Thanks so much for posting this, it sounds great! It's definitely an
honour to have you put so much time and effort in to this.
> So sorry Leigh that I probably won't finish it but it just doesn't work.
I know the feeling -- while working on "Texel" I was pushing Ardour 3
the whole time, finding a lot of bugs along the way, and there were a
number of times when I couldn't even load the session due to various
crashes. It all came together in the end though, and I hope that my bug
reports and testing helped in some small way to advance Ardour 3's
> All the samples were fed into Qtractor by Hydrogen. Hydrogen is a great
I'd really, really love to see a simple LV2 sampler plugin that I could
load in to Ardour or Qtractor -- something that I could easily load in
to a track, load a sample in to, and then have playing MIDI within a few
seconds. I've started to use LinuxSampler more, just so I can use its
plugin instead of using an external app like Hydrogen or Specimen,
though I've had some crashes there (in the LinuxSampler LV2 plugin
itself, I suspect) that I haven't had time to chase down yet.
> Qtractor... Yeah, I cursed at that one every once in a while too. But
I'd love to see seq24 get some updates, too -- it still runs okay for me
on JACK 0.121, but its JACK transport support hasn't worked for me since
the days of JACK 0.116! It's difficult to do much with it without JACK
transport support, though at least you can still create some patterns in
it and then import the session in to another sequencer.
> So, time to move along. I probably won't be making any music for some
That all sounds really exciting -- best of luck with it all!
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