On 05/02/13 15:58, Dave Phillips wrote:
> So, in your honest and bold opinion as user and/or developer, what do we lack
I may be asking for the impossible, but what I'd really, really like, would
be something in the line of "Band in a box" and "The Jammer Pro": software
that comps along when you're playing some instrument (guitar, in my case). In
those programs, you define the chords, the rhythm and a few presets, and you
get a nice comping to play along.
Besides that, the whole PulseAudio vs Jack stuff is a bit grating, but seems
more dependant on the distro packaging them than on the software itself. In
particular, in Ubuntu, it worked very well in Ubuntu 12.04 (you didn't need to
do anything special); but after upgrading to 12.10 it's stopped working (PA
doesn't play nice with Jack, you have to stop one to have the other working).
It's become almost a tradition for me to fix the sound system each Ubuntu
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