[linux-audio-user] Syncing Ardour and Rosegarden (or Muse)

Aaron Trumm aaron at nquit.com
Mon Dec 15 02:39:04 EST 2003

do you mind saying a little more about jack transport, ie: step by steps?
I'm to understand you just let it do its job, there's nothing to do, but I
have not experienced this phenomenon :)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Hemba" <tomhemba at bigfoot.com>
To: "A list for linux audio users" <linux-audio-user at music.columbia.edu>
Sent: Sunday, December 14, 2003 6:42 PM
Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Syncing Ardour and Rosegarden (or Muse)

> John Williams wrote:
> >I would like to set up synchronisation of ardour
> >(ardour-0.9beta9-1.rhfc1.ccrma) and rosegarden
> >(rosegarden4-0.9.5-1.rhfc1.ccrma) on Fedora.  I have tried _many_
> >combinations of setting ardour and rosegarden as slave and master, and
> >using MIDI or jack master/slave systems.  No joy.
> >
> >It is possible?  And if so, how?
> >
> >
> Synchronisation is a hot topic for me as well.  As far as I understand
> it, if you want to sync 2 programs your best bet is to use jack
> master/slave.  Ardour currently syncs with jack.  In other words, after
> making the proper settings in Ardour and you press play in Ardour you
> can see the jack transport move as well - which to me is a sign of great
> hope.  I have heard that the CVS version of Hydrogen also syncs with
> jack.  I have read in the MusE list that they have got it working as
> well since the last stable release (0.6.2) - so it's possible that if
> you tried the CVS version it would work - although there are 2 different
> development trees and I don't know which one you should try.  I don't
> know about the status of Rosegarden.  Anyways - In summary it is getting
> really close.  I'd love to hear if you make any further progress.  Also
> if anyone else has better information please correct me.
> Thomas Hemba

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