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Re: [Denemo-devel] Questions and Comments on Denemo

From: N. Gey
Subject: Re: [Denemo-devel] Questions and Comments on Denemo
Date: Thu, 03 Apr 2008 10:33:08 +0200
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Hi Richard,

I am not sure if I understood right.

Don't you know the concepts of JACK, LASH and ALSA or don't you know how to programm/integrating them.

What about booting a Linux Audio Dist live-CD to test these things? There are several live versions avaible:

and some more.

What about the other readers? Do you see any need for at least Denemo registering as an ALSA Midiclient?



Richard Shann schrieb:
Second is Alsa and Jack. And I totally forgot to name LASH in my initial mail. In my opinion these three client are the main difference between linuxaudio and win/mac. Maybe It will be a good Idea to ask about a little help in the LAU/dev list implementing them into Denemo. I think about a scenario where you (I) can use Ardour for audio and syncing it through jack-transport with Denemo as midiclient. Saving the session in LASH would be a great step, too.
As I say, I don't really know what sort of things these are - I have had
problems trying to get Jack and Alsa "going" (whatever that would be) on
my machine, when I had RedHat 8.x, and I think I also couldn't get Aubio
to go using (?) Jack, so I ended up splicing in portaudio.

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