[LAU] Yet another jack question

Christopher Stamper christopherstamper at gmail.com
Thu Feb 21 14:51:47 EST 2008

qSynth uses Jack. I prefer it to any other synth i've ever tried... :-)

On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 12:49 PM, M-.-n <nostromo at arkaos.net> wrote:

> After successfully implementing the audio connection of my tracker with
> jack, I'm not trying to have the midi part running. It seems fairely easy
> from what I got however I'm facing a connection problem to be able to test
> it properly:
> In qjackctl, the midi connection I create appears correctly in the midi
> tab.
> However, all synth I've tried (amSynth/rtsynth) create their midi input
> from
> alsa and the connection appears in the alsa tab without any apparent way
> of
> connecting my output to their input. Is that normal ? Is there really two
> 'categories' or midi connection and does that mean I should use alsa
> driver
> instead ? I was kind of liking the apparent audio/midi syncronisation jack
> was providing...
> If anyone knows of a synth that uses jack for midi, it'd be nice too
> Thanks
> Marc
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Christopher Stamper
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