Re: [LAU] Running the guitarix LADSPA plugins on a headless system

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To: Jeremy Jongepier <jeremy@...>
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Date: Friday, February 15, 2013 - 9:24 pm

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Hi Jeremy

Guitarix amp plugin have 1 in 1 out.
Fx plug have 2 in 2 out.
Se=
ems you run 2amp instances.
Will try to answer more presice when I'm back f=
rom my travel.

Hermann

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Jeremy Jongepier schrieb:

I'm trying to figure out what is the best way to use the Guita=
rix-Amp
and Guitarix-FX LADSPA plugins on a headless system (read Raspberr=
y Pi).
I've tried it with Ecasound but it already consumes more CPU than t=
he
guitarix application itself! So I'm obviously doing something wrong.
M=
aybe this is because the Guitarix-Amp plugin has one input and two
outputs=
, read something about Ecasound starting up multiple instances of
the plug=
in in such a case which is not what I want. So any hints or tips
on gettin=
g this to run smoothly? I can use either JACK or ALSA directly.
I prefer u=
sing JACK, somehow using bare ALSA produces large amounts of
xruns.

Thank=
s in advance,

Jeremy
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Hi Jeremy

Guitarix amp plugin have 1 in 1=
out.
Fx plug have 2 in 2 out.
Seems you run 2amp instances.
Wi=
ll try to answer more presice when I'm back from my travel.

He=
rmann

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n mit WEB.DE Mail gesendet.

Jer=
emy Jongepier <jeremy@autostatic.com> schrieb:
I'm trying to figure out what =
is the best way to use the Guitarix-Amp and Guitarix-FX LADSPA plugin=
s on a headless system (read Raspberry Pi). I've tried it with Ecasou=
nd but it already consumes more CPU than the guitarix application its=
elf! So I'm obviously doing something wrong. Maybe this is because th=
e Guitarix-Amp plugin has one input and two outputs, read something a=
bout Ecasound starting up multiple instances of the plugin in such a =
case which is not what I want. So any hints or tips on getting this t=
o run smoothly? I can use either JACK or ALSA directly. I prefer usin=
g JACK, somehow using bare ALSA produces large amounts of xruns.Thanks in advance,JeremyLinux-audio-us=
er mailing listLinux-audio-user@lists.linuxaudio.orghttp://lists.linuxau=
dio.org/listinfo/linux-audio-user
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Re: [LAU] Running the guitarix LADSPA plugins on a headless ..., Jeremy Jongepier, (Fri Feb 15, 10:07 pm)
Re: [LAU] Running the guitarix LADSPA plugins on a headless ..., Giorgio - Audiophilo, (Sun Feb 17, 10:51 am)
Re: [LAU] Running the guitarix LADSPA plugins on a headless ..., brummer-, (Fri Feb 15, 9:24 pm)
Re: [LAU] Running the guitarix LADSPA plugins on a headless ..., Jeremy Jongepier, (Fri Feb 15, 10:04 pm)