[linux-audio-user] Instrument Tuner: fmit 0.9.0
gilles.degottex at net2000.ch
Tue Nov 23 20:57:03 EST 2004
On Wednesday 24 November 2004 02:27, Jack O'Quin wrote:
> Gilles Degottex <gilles.degottex at net2000.ch> writes:
> > > The whole point is: In a recording session you set up a certain
> > > connection jack <-> fmit. You use fmit -- which has an appetite for cpu
> > > cycles -- and then you want to release the cpu from fmit. So you want
> > > to halt it's operation.
> > >
> > > But you don't want to manually setup the connection again. You want to
> > > hit a button and have fmit back connected to where you left it.
> > > "Preferred jack source" is not always applicable, it's session
> > > specific. fmit could remember it's connections and restore them
> > > whatever they were, right?
> > In a fast research, JACK does not seems to support a "suspend" state or
> > something like this, but I'll simulate one. There will be always a little
> > CPU usage, just enough to raise the jack process function and throw away
> > data.
> You could use jack_deactivate(), but then you'd have to restore your
> port connections when it's time to jack_activate() again.
Yes, exactly what Wolfgang wont :) (to restore manualy the connection)
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