rosea.grammostola at gmail.com
Thu Aug 25 11:20:44 UTC 2011
On 08/25/2011 01:11 PM, thijs van severen wrote:
> Hi all
> My name is Thijs and i have been helping out with Hydrogen for some
> time now (mainly manual, website and a tiny bit of coding)
> Anyway, since jack_session support was recently added to Hydrogen (in
> V0.9.6 that is currently still in development but available from svn
> via hydrogen-music.org <http://hydrogen-music.org>) i decided to test
> jack_session a bit and i must say i'm really exited about this :-)
> IMHO this is the most critical piece of the puzzle and it makes linux
> audio _so_ much more usable! so lots of KUDOS to everyone that has
> been working on it !!
> I have done several 'intro sessions' for Mac audio users and they are
> generally really impressed with what they see, but the lack of a good
> session management mechanism is a real showstopper for them... (i
> know there are other options, but none of those have ever allowed me
> to truly save my session /at any given moment/)
> however, the first thing that slowed me down was simply knowing what
> apps already support jack_session
> i know that jack_session is fairly new, so it's normal that some info
> is missing, but it would be great if the websites out there that list
> the available linux audio apps (like
> http://apps.linuxaudio.org/apps/categories/jack) would also indicate
> if the app supports jack_session
> the jack_session page on the jackaudio.org wiki
> <http://trac.jackaudio.org/wiki/WalkThrough/User/jack_session> also
> lists a number of apps, but i don't think it's up to date, is it ?
> any comments?
> PS: i'd be happy to help out with documenting jack_session if needed
> PS: it would be nice to have a 'jack_session enabled app' banner to
> put on the site of the apps that support it. graphical designers ?
Tango Studio tries to show you which packages in Tango Studio has JS
But a more general list on the linuxaudio.org wiki would be useful. True.
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