nickycopeland at hotmail.com
Tue Apr 11 04:12:27 EDT 2006
Bristol is not jack savvy at the moment, so it is not going to be that
simple. For historical/testing purposes you have the following 'hack'
<BRISTOL is wherever you have installed the software>
<Line 23 reads as follows>
<change it to>
FEATURES = -DNEW_DEBUG -DDUPLICATE
Save the file. Do a 'make clean', 'make install'.
Once you have done this the output from bristol is duplicated to a file
/tmp/bristol.raw. It is a copy of the whole audio stream in 16bit stereo
interleaved samples which could then be imported into whatever app you want.
This was implemented for testing purposes, and you would obviously be
advised to replace the resulting libraries with the original versions, or
compile again without this flag - this file is open/truncated when the audio
thread starts but will then grow reasonably fast.
I can make this into a runtime option reasonably easily, but it would be
better to have bristol integrate into jack or DSSI or similar. That is
'being worked on'. Ahem. I keep getting waylaid by other synth algorithms,
now including a couple of Korgs. If this is a useful feature I can formalise
it and reintegrate the WAV output formatting - the code is there, just not
used, but it could be done faster than you can say dissy.
>From: Christoph Eckert <ce at christeck.de>
>Reply-To: A list for linux audio users
><linux-audio-user at music.columbia.edu>
>To: A list for linux audio users <linux-audio-user at music.columbia.edu>
>Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] hdd-recording
>Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 22:35:40 +0200
> > i want to record bristol-output to hdd, but i don't know how.
>I didn't check if Bristol runs on top of JACK, but if so it's simple
>using qarecord, timemachine, Ardour or a sequencer like Rosegarden or
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