[LAU] Re : MIDI clock & sync
goemusic at yahoo.fr
Fri Jul 31 12:38:30 EDT 2009
hmm good question, in this case I would just set the tempo in seq24 and make it jack master (seems to work here), would this be possible in your setup?
PS: thanks to Kevin Meinert's additions seq24 can now also be MIDI slave (bzr version), but then of course it won't handle jack transport.
--- En date de : Ven 31.7.09, Josh Lawrence <hardbop200 at gmail.com> a écrit :
> De: Josh Lawrence <hardbop200 at gmail.com>
> Objet: Re: [LAU] Re : MIDI clock & sync
> À: "linux-audio-user" <linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org>
> Date: Vendredi 31 Juillet 2009, 18h13
> On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 10:39 AM,
> Frank Kober<goemusic at yahoo.fr>
> > A nice thing would be a jack transport slave that
> outputs midi clock events with adjustable tpq....
> > Seq24 actually does that since it can be jack
> transport slave and output midi clock to a specified alsa
> port, still you'll get the sequencer with it ;) . A
> dedicated app would indeed be a useful thing for many of us
> I think.
> > Regards
> > Frank
> Hi Frank,
> So, given that Seq24 can follow jack transport and output
> MIDI clock,
> then what application can be used to set jack transport
> tempo? I'm
> looking for a single-purpose app, not a large app like
> Josh Lawrence
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