[linux-audio-user] Anyone able to run Csound in Linux in real-time?
Maurizio Umberto Puxeddu
umbpux at tin.it
Sun Mar 16 22:02:00 EST 2003
If you really want to run iCsound please report specific information
about the problems (core dumps, make file logs or whatever).
Have a look at Istvan's version. I don't know what is the status of it
but I've been told it is just fine.
I'm not working on iCsound and I don't know when/if I'll get back on
that but I have reports of people using it.
Maurizio Umberto Puxeddu.
On Mon, 2003-03-17 at 03:17, ico at fuse.net wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've been messing with Csound recently in order to see whether csound can be used well in real-time settings. The problem is that I tried icsound and the other csound (forget the source) and neither were able to output anything in real-time.
> I've used -o devaudio flag, also -W (for wave) output, and while my scorefile finished without any errors, I got no sound out.
> If I try to do <csound call> > /dev/dsp I get garbage sound since the header is all screwed up by the verbose output of the csound process.
> I am using latest ALSA and I compiled csound from scratch and still no luck.
> So, I was wondering if anyone had any luck running it in real-time.
> P.S. I've been also having a terrible time trying to compile externals in the icsound (i.e. OSCext and others). I get a huge number of errors and am not sure where the problems is stemming from.
> Any help is greatly appreciated!
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