Re: [LAU] jack -> net driver

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Date: Saturday, December 28, 2013 - 5:56 pm

Hi Rob,

On 12/28/2013 12:25 PM, Rob wrote:

I just finished building a semi-stable working environment made up of:

- jackd
- patchage (to visualize and manage the connection graph)
- jkmeter, gmidimonitor
- non-session-manager (and the ever essential JACKPatch, without
which I would have given up on linux audio)
- ardour3 for all live recordings and all mixing -- just starting to
be able to see it as stable replacement for Sonar X1. I miss some things
for sure and had to fall back to X1 a few times for a paid job with a
deadline, but ... it's almost there and high time for me to contribute
some $$.

- loopbe30 (virtual midi ports)
- jackd
- Plogue Bidule (vst host and connection routing manager)
- Various software instruments e.g., EastWest, Vienna Instruments,
Garritan etc.
- Notion4 (notation software)

The rest are becoming obsolete:
- Vienna Ensemble Pro 5 (very impressive piece of software)
- Sonar X1

I've had success using wine and/or vsthost for many of my windows VSTs
but the major deal breakers were always eastwest and vienna because they
require a dongle so I just manage all windows stuff in windows and route
everything using jackd(net).


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[LAU] jack -&gt; net driver, David Santamauro, (Sat Dec 28, 3:26 pm)
Re: [LAU] jack -&gt; net driver, David Santamauro, (Sat Dec 28, 4:06 pm)
Re: [LAU] jack -&gt; net driver, Rob, (Sat Dec 28, 5:25 pm)
Re: [LAU] jack -> net driver, David Santamauro, (Sat Dec 28, 5:56 pm)