[LAU] Best JACK scope?

Dan MacDonald allcoms at gmail.com
Sun Jun 24 17:01:08 UTC 2012

Hi Robin!

On Sun, Jun 24, 2012 at 5:38 PM, Robin Gareus <robin at gareus.org> wrote:

> On 06/24/2012 06:19 PM, Dan MacDonald wrote:
> > I'm currently using jack-oscrolloscope
> >
> > http://das.nasophon.de/jack_oscrolloscope/
> >
> > as a jack scope but I've been wondering if there's not a better one, like
> > with rt zoom and adjustment of other params? I know about jack.scope in
> > jack tools and meterbridge but jack-oscrolloscope suits me better than
> > those - it having a resizable display for one.
> YASS: "Yet Another Scrolling Scope. Main features: up to 32 channels,
> variable scrolling speed, automatic gain control, and very light on CPU
> usage" - http://kokkinizita.linuxaudio.org/linuxaudio/

Forgot to mention YASS. Yes, I'd tried this too but oscrolloscope worked
better for me. I am using Fons' JAAA for spectral analysis tho

> Baudline: gratis, not free, but really handy: http://www.baudline.com/

Thats a new one to me and I'm going to try it now as it looks great but its
odd as its about the only app I know of that publishes is source for free
on the net yet one of the terms of its license is'You are not allowed to
distribute this software' and thats sad as it cuts itself off from wider
distribution, acceptance and use via inclusion into distros.

I'd rather run baudline than emulate a Windows plugin via wine, dssi-vst or
whatever but I hope the author decides to release it under a free software
license one day.

> some more:
> http://wiki.linuxaudio.org/apps/categories/scopes_and_realtime_visualizers
> ciao,
> robin

Thanks Robin!
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