[LAU] [LAD] Descent synth as dssi
gerald.mwangi at gmx.de
Fri Mar 5 07:10:26 EST 2010
Yeah, tried the patchbay, but I need something that fires up the apps
too. I'll try Ladish.
On Fri, 2010-03-05 at 13:01 +0100, rosea grammostola wrote:
> rosea grammostola wrote:
> > Gerald Mwangi wrote:
> >> Hi, I've played arround with LASH, and it seems to do what it was ment
> >> for. Hydrogen and Zynadd already support it, and I think Ardour too. So
> >> its not about LASH its self, but about the apps that use it. If I were
> >> to push LASH developement, it wouldn't change anything. I mean to force
> >> audio apps, which use Jack, to use LASH as well. For me it is super
> >> important, to be able to save the whole session with one click. There
> >> are so many standalone jack apps out there, which I'd like to use for
> >> recording. I simply don't rewiring everything that belongs to project
> >> everytime I work on it.
> > Imho you better could use Ladish then LASH atm. I enjoy using it myself.
> > http://wiki.linuxaudio.org/apps/all/ladish
> > You could also take a look into this:
> > http://digitaldub.wordpress.com/2009/12/16/linux-audio-session-scripting/
> Ow and there is the qjackctl patchbay:
> > There are some proposals for a minimal session handler within Jack.
> > It's clear that users needs session handling, it's up to the devs to
> > make a good plan for it. I think they understand the need of users now.
> > So as a musicians I suggest you to look at the available options,
> > choose one and just wait and pray for more and/ or new developments in
> > this area. Your point is clear and taken.
> > \r
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