[LAD] Jack MTC/MMC slaving

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Mon Nov 24 17:36:49 UTC 2008

Alex Montgomery wrote:
>     I think this kind of tools is a good candidate to be developed as
>     an "in server" JACK client. With the dbus based dynamic access of
>     available "in server" clients installed on a machine, it will be
>     quite easy to load/unload this kind of tool when needed (Netjack2
>     uses this model of "in server" clients).
> Ok, so Nedko and I got a release out that supports goto/locate MMC
> messages and command-line parameters. We're going to switch it over to
> using JACK midi instead of ALSA midi next. Should we start thinking
> about making this an "in server" client now? Could someone familiar
> with this stuff comment on this?
> Thanks,
> -- Alex

I'm not familiar with MMC and I'm less familiar with Linux MIDI, because
of to much troubles, but I know that I need to sync an Atari ST with
Linux MIDI by MTC and this isn't possible for all applications. It would
be good if JACK transport can be master and slave for song position
pointer and also timing clock. ALSA MIDI is more important than JACK MIDI.


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