[LAU] how to use linux to make music that sounds like peverelist dub-tech?

James Stone jamesmstone at gmail.com
Thu Aug 5 08:07:38 UTC 2010

I agree about the audio output problems. It certainly is less than
ideal. However, it _should_ work with Jack. Start jack first and then
select the jack output in prefs. You have to manually set samplerate
to match.


On 05/08/2010, James Morris <james at jwm-art.net> wrote:
> On 4 August 2010 23:27, M Watts <zwy648rct at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 08/04/2010 04:33 PM, James Stone wrote:
>>>> Anyone have any clues about why I get
>>>> $ neil
>>>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>>>  File "/usr/local/bin/neil", line 20, in<module>
>>>>    import neil.main
>>>> ImportError: No module named neil.main
>>>> having just installed neil and can verify neil is in
>>>> /usr/local/lib/python2.6/site-packages/neil/
>>>> (gentoo, python2.6)
>> I've had this with a couple of apps; even though they're under /usr/local,
>> they still want to look under /usr for stuff.
>> I uninstalled, then reinstalled adding PREFIX=/usr to 'scons configure' in
>> libneil diretory, and 'scons install' in the neil directory (no
>> configuring
>> to do in the latter).
>> It then finds all libs, but if SELinux is going, there's a half-dozen
>> errors
>> about libs requireng text relocation.  Once these are fixed, it seems to
>> work.
> Thanks that worked. I uninstalled both libneil and neil and then added
> the PREFIX to both.
> Unfortunately I'm going to have to join yet another mailing list to
> solve the audio output problems. It looks like an interesting app I'd
> like to have a go. Has anyone else told the author(s) the
> outrageousness of not having JACK output!? Though people are free to
> not use JACK, I can't see why they'd choose to not use it for their
> audio/synth/sequencer application.
> James.
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