[LAU] Eee As Synth Engine?
nostromo at arkaos.net
Tue Jan 15 06:46:34 EST 2008
Just as a side note, other people are exploring eee and found glitches
under xandros. Apparently xubuntu is much more stable audio wise. I've
installed it and indeed vlc & others don't drop out anymore...
M-.-n a écrit :
> I don't know if you followed the earlier thread I started but I got an eee
> too and I'm trying to dig it's audio capabilities. So far I've noticed a lot
> of program have slight glitches, amarok being the only one running
> flawlessly. I'm currently writing an alsa driver for my app to see if it's
> going to make it any better.
> How did you install jack BTW ? Did you recompile the source ? Is there any
> kernel work involved or was it just a matter of installing packages ? .. I'm
> pretty new to all this so bear with me if this is all noob stuff.
> Keep me up to date with your progress.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: linux-audio-user-bounces at lists.linuxaudio.org
>> [mailto:linux-audio-user-bounces at lists.linuxaudio.org]On Behalf Of Atte
>> Andre Jensen
>> Sent: samedi 12 janvier 2008 14:26
>> To: linux audio users
>> Subject: Re: [LAU] Eee As Synth Engine?
>> Pieter Palmers wrote:
>>> Have you tried another synth? AFAIK ZynAddSubFX isn't realtime
>> safe, and
>>> hence doesn't make a good test candidate.
>> Agreed. I'd start by getting x-run-free qjackctl, then test with either
>> csound or pd for synths (both with and without jack). When that's
>> working I'd start experimenting with other software.
>> peace, love & harmony
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