[linux-audio-user] lashd wows, fst and qsynth

Brian Dunn job17and9 at sbcglobal.net
Sun Dec 17 13:16:02 EST 2006

Rui Nuno Capela wrote:
> Brian Dunn wrote:
>> Another issue is qsynth.  I'm running a lash enabled fluidsynth that
>> works correctly, (but it doesn't rename itself in lash so you get this
>> ugly random name) but when i use qsynth it doesn't join lash. :(
>> versions:
>>  qsynth --version
>> Qt: 3.3.6
>> qsynth: 0.2.5
>> fluidsynth --version
>> FluidSynth 1.0.7
> AFAICT qsynth is not lash enabled. Is there a real need for it? I can
> only find the one for jack/alsa connections recall, for which I've been
> using qjackctl patchbay since its very own inception ;) FWIW all other
> qsynth state is preserved as its own, as usual.
> However, if there's any sufficient demand for it, I believe some lash
> enabling patch to qsynth is not that really hard to put up. Someone
> could just borrow the fluidsynth's one and bring it to me?
> Cheers.

I was totally mixed up about what qsynth is.  I assumed qsynth was to
fluidsynth as qjackctl is to jackd, and therefore if I had a lash
enabled fluidsynth, the qsynth would get a lashing.  A little googling
for the fluidsynth lash patch came up nata.  I'll did a little deeper
and get back to you.

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