csanchezgs at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 12:18:59 UTC 2014
2014-09-29 19:16 GMT+02:00 Patrick Shirkey <pshirkey at boosthardware.com>:
> On Tue, September 30, 2014 2:10 am, Carlos sanchiavedraz wrote:
> > Listening to it right now.
> > Patrick, I'd be interested in any documentation about this project. Does
> > it
> > use MMA? Which software are you using and how? Just parts on its own
> > connected to jack or is there any multitrack thing going on?
> I will look into MMA. I haven't used it yet so that will be a nice
> addition to the toolset.
> At the moment I use a program called jack-smf-player to loop through a
> playlist of pre composed midi song files while I test out the stability of
> the system. I added playlist support to jack-smf-player.
> I have jack running on the dummy driver. I use ecasound to feed the stream
> to icecast2 because I found it to be slightly easier to setup than other
> options like darkice, etc...
> The sound engine is running on linuxsampler.
> I have a selection of sf2 midi instruments that I play around with the
> instrument combinations. I can load various instruments with shell scripts
> if I feel like a change of mood.
> The main issue at the moment is stability. For example today it has been
> playing for several hours without any issues but over the weekend it was
> having problems. The server is a real physical machine with plenty of
> resources so the stability issue is most likely something wrong with the
> processing chain. Most likely something in jack-smf-player.
> Patrick Shirkey
> Boost Hardware Ltd
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Great info. Thanks for sharing, and keep on going.
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