[LAU] : Netjack : like a charm :)

David Adler david.jo.adler at gmail.com
Thu Dec 11 10:04:57 EST 2008


> Well I was using this version of seq24. But what does "Fixed BPM saving"
> means ?? I don't really understand.

The incorrect behavior was:
when loading a previously saved session tempo was always the default 120 bpm.

> You know, in seq24 there is 3 options :
> Jack Tranposrt
> Master Jack
> Master Conditionnal
> I was the slave. So in my mind, and logically, I checked "Jack Transport"
> and that's all. Because I am slave I don't need the Master options.
> But when my friend pressed the play button on his seq24, my "timeline
> indicator" on the top rigth of the windows in seq24, was disabled. Jack
> Transport was rolling, but seq24 didn't want to.
> The only way to make it run is to choose Jack Transport and Master Jack.
> I think this is a bug in seq24

I guess except for 'Jack Tranposrt' these settings are obsolete now.

According to the JACK API Reference Manual the former transport master
role has been divided into two layers: timebase master and transport

Any client can make transport control requests.

The timebase master is not needed unless extended position information
like counting beats, timecode, etc. is required. Seq24 does not have
any of those extended features.

Regarding netjack there is a master machine and a slave machine.
Transport control requests may come from any client on the master


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