[linux-audio-dev] OSC-Question

Arnold Krille arnold at roederberg.dyndns.org
Wed Mar 16 16:39:43 UTC 2005

On Wednesday 16 March 2005 16:51, Georg Holzmann wrote:
> > after some of the latest discussions about audio-apps without gui, my
> > head is filled with giving JackMix[1] OSC-Support and perhaps splitting
> > it into a text-based / osc-based server doing the mixing and a gui...
> I'm just planning a similar project, where the user can build a GUI and
> can send OSC-messages with it to PD, supercollider, max, ...
> (But it should mainly be used on a PDA - to make an _easy-to-use_ remote
> control to various programs ...)
> So my question: Are your plans very similar ? - (then I have to rethink
> the whole stuff ...)

No, certainly not. Mine is a real mixer for Jack...
Some of my plans are to make the mixer-backend pluggable to add for example a 
gstreamer- or an arts- or an alsa-mixer backend.
My motivation is that most times you are using some synths and effects live 
and everyone has its output-gain but there is no central gui to control their 
gains or even split their output signals with different volumes to different 
busses (like main-out and monitors).

> Just another question on the OSC implementation:
> I planned to implement the application in Qt/C++ and wanted to ask, if

Maybe we could join forces for an liblo-Qt-class?
Which timeframe are we talking about?


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