[LAD] Any Rakarrack developers around here?

rosea.grammostola rosea.grammostola at gmail.com
Wed Feb 26 23:07:57 CET 2020

On 26-02-2020 22:51, rosea.grammostola wrote:
>> That is an interesting trend isn't it? Certainly the presets are much
>> more convenient to use right from rakarrack than using the plugins. I
>> had hoped my project would be used more, but OTOH I use them and I
>> don't regret the effort.
> It's interesting for sure...
> Imho working with all the JACK applications can be a pain on Linux, but
> with nsm support, the experience is much better. And then standalone
> applications are preferable in certain situations actually. If I would
> need one instance of Zynaddsubfx, I would always grab the standalone
> version. If I need more instances, I might switch to Carla instead and
> grab the plugin.
> On the other hand, I know people are using Rakarrack, because you can
> launch multiple instances and chain them together to create something
> interesting.

Actually I always thought doing automation with JACK standalone
applications was a huge disadvantage compared with plugins. But it's
actually good possible to sent midi cc automation from a DAW to a JACK
standalone softsynth like Zynaddsubfx. Or I was ignorant, or I'm still
ignorant, but I don't see the problem not so much anymore. :)

By the way, I've heard people are using your plugins too, so don't worry
too much about it. ;)

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