On Wed, June 19, 2013 5:27 pm, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
Space is pretty much default for start/pause. (works in qjackctl and
jack.transport anyway) Jack.transport seems to have the easiest batch of
one key commands to use:
"s : Start and stop transport. Aliased to [space].
l : Locate to entered time. Starting to type a number will also enter
i: Set skip increment to entered interval.
z : Locate to start (zero).
r : Erase and refresh screen.
> : Skip forwards. Aliased to . and [right-arrow].
< : Skip backwards. Aliased to , and [left-arrow]."
So looking at other programs where a foot switch might be handy and trying
to fit more than one might be an idea. space and left and right arrow
happen to be very common (space is used in unix all over the place). z is
the odd one out.
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