any opinion or experience for this case? The main question is: Who is responsible?
A free, copylefted work is taken to build a derived work. This is realistic for GPL but much more realistic for a Creative Commons work, maybe a music piece.
The derived work is released properly and 100% according to the original license, so there is no problem in that. (Imagine here a phase in which the derived works becomes popular, but that is not strictly necessarry)
Later it turns out that the original work itself was a copyright break because music was stolen or the code was taken from a closed program where the initial releaser had access to (@ work or however).
Now what happens? Of course the intial release was wrong and there will be legal consequences, no question. But what about the derived works and their derived works?
We are pleased to announce the release of rakarrack 0.5.8 Equinox, a summer gift. This is a major feature release, but we have also fixed many old bugs.
We know that today is a Solstice, but we think that Equinox is a better definition for this version because we have worked diligently since release of 0.4.2, and 0.5.8 for us is like the start of a new cycle in the development of Rakarrack. Releasing on a Solstice is simply because this is a good reason to celebrate if you're a musician with preference for free open source software.
New Bank File format, we include a utility "rakconvert" to convert Bank files
to the new format.
Valve, Dual Flange, Ring, Exciter, Expander, DistBand, Arpie, Shuffle, Synthfilter,
VaryBand, Convolotron, Looper, MuTroMojo, Echoverse, CoilCrafter,
ShelfBoost, Vocoder, Sustainer, Sequence, Shifter, StompBox, Reverbtron,
Upsampling using libsamplerate by Erik de Castro Lopo.
Downsample intesive CPU effects.
ACI Analog Control Interface.
M.Saw, Compress, Overdrive, Soft, Super Soft, Gard Compress, Lmt-NoGain,
Hard Compress, FET, DynoFET, Valve1, Valve2, Diode clipper.
DC Offset Filter at the input.
Auto Connect jack input ports.
GUI and bug fixes.
The rakarrack team:
Josep Andreu - Ryan Billing - Douglas McClendon - Arnout Engelen
Josep Andreu <holborn(a)telefonica.net>
Josep Andreu <holborn(a)telefonica.net>
Suppose I have cheap onboard soundcard and cheap speakers, two different
music players (for example mpd and mplayer) with the same output
interface (both using alsa or both using oss compatibility layer), no
resampling, filters or anything, with dmix disabled and no other
software mixers. Is it normal (or possible) that for the same audio
files each player will produce noticeably different (in terms of
quality) sound? In other words, does the choice of music player have any
impact on final sound quality?
I'm using ubuntu studio lurid lynx.
I'm relatively new to Linux and have No Idea as to how to use the command line. I basically use Windows.
I'm doing a favor for a friend who must have his computer set up and he is in no condition at the moment to do it himself. And- only Linux!
I'm running a m-audio audiophile 2496.and:
I must know
(1) Why when the jack control setup says sample rate 44.1 the status says 48. All I need at this point is 44.1 who do I change it to that.
(2) There are times when I need to stop jack. When I do the disk player clicks and played 1/step flat. and my finale notation on wine doesn't access timidity++ (as it does before I start jack). What is the problem?
(3) I have had to shut off timidity++ on the command line to get it to start as a Rose garden service. I have forgotten how to do this and how to start it for Rose garden. sometimes when I start timidity++ as a Rose garden service every thing crashes What to do.
I'd appreciate some ad vice and help and thanks in advance.
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I need to start jackd server in realtime mode on boot for an audio embedded
Linux based project. However it seems that for OS using PAM like Debian, it's
impossible to get RT priorities for the predefined jackd user during the boot.
I know that starting jackd on boot is something deprecated on most distributions
for security reasons. But, for an embedded system, I think this makes sense as
no other user will ever log in.
So, here's my question : how to get RT priorities for non-root users on boot for
jackd 0.118 or 1.9.5 ?
Thanks for help,
PS : of course, on my system, the jackd server is working perfectly in RT mode
when the user log in and manually start the daemon, even in sudo mode..
Le 29/06/2010 16:43, Mike Cookson a écrit :
> There is /etc/default/jackd config file, but I am not sure, is it works (never used).
Yes but this works only in non RT mode, that is without the -R option.
In this case, jackd is not started with RT priorities..