[LAU] : Netjack : like a charm :)

David Adler david.jo.adler at gmail.com
Fri Dec 12 04:57:02 EST 2008

>> 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.
> i dont think that is correct.
> seq24 does not work without a timebase master.
> (either it must be the timebase master itself, or ardour for example
> must be running. seq24 is not calculating the beat information based
> on transport frames, which are the only transport information available,
> without a master.)
You're right and I read inaccurately. There always is a timebase master -
either jackd or a client

>> Regarding netjack there is a master machine and a slave machine.
>> Transport control requests may come from any client on the master
>> machine.
> yes. but without a timebase master on the slave machine seq24 hangs.
> even when transport is running.
> are you one of the new devs ?

By far not, just a user.
Probably i'll just read a bit more in order to really understand
jack transport design, thanks.


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