[LAU] Zyn and the art of jack audio/midi

Lars-Erik Helander lehswe at gmail.com
Sat Aug 1 03:45:47 EDT 2009

I would be happy to do this. Could you tell a bit more about the jack design
in Zyn, what is bad and what you have fixed.
If I know what to expect as a difference it is easier to make comparative


2009/8/1 cal <cal at graggrag.com>

> ZynAddSubFX is a truly amazing piece of work, an amazing little synth.
> Sadly, when it comes to jack operation it's a case of flawed genius.
> There's an experimental patch against the 2.4.0 release tarball at
> <http://www.graggrag.com/?q=node/19>.
> I've restructured the audio and midi drivers, and added Alsa audio. It
> builds with multiple audio/midi options, nominate what to actually use
> via command line parameters. The build options and default choices are
> set as per normal in Makefile.inc.
> If any mildly adventurous zyn enthusiast cared to try a build && run, I'd
> appreciate 25 words or less on the experience. At the moment I'm mostly
> interested in jack audio/midi performance.
> The patch applies from the ZynAddSubFX-2.4.0/ directory, then off to src/
> to edit Makefile.inc and build as usual.
> cheers, Cal
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