Aiyumi Moriya wrote:
> A visually impaired Linux user here. I recently came across this great
> I'm trying to create some kind of audio setup for quite some time
JACK is pretty useful. You may be able to configure
/etc/asoundrc or $HOME/.asoundrc so that ALSA I/O is routed
> While my dream DAW doesn't come true, does anyone know a command line
Nama is a command-line application that uses Ecasound for
recording and editing audio. Although it is currently
oriented toward audio, Nama can send commands to a midish
process, and has been used with midish and a2jmidi for
combined audio/MIDI recording under JACK.
A simple hack for starting audio and MIDI in sync was to put
midish and ecasound commands in the same line:
nama> midish-command r; start # For midish, "r" means "record"
I expect we'll eventually add in a MidiTrack class that
would handle MIDI recording and playback. For now, you
would have to issue all the midish commands yourself.
> Well, that's it. Sorry for the overly long post. Thanks for your time!
The need for this appears to be partially if not fully
obsoleted by the latest jack1: http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.comp.audio.jackit/27914
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