With a jack backend driver (I hope to get some early test version in two
weeks or so), you can use jackrec, or the illustrious (one day :) ardour
- the jackd homepage (jackit.sf.net I think) has a list of apps that
work with it.
That will also allow plug-and-play for all sorts of apps to work
together - eg. output of Jack could be piped into ecamegapedal, into
freqtweak, with a few meterbridge's plugged in wherever desired, and an
ardour at the end for recording it all.
The possibilities will simply be delicious.
On Mon, 2002-11-04 at 12:03, Conrad Parker wrote:
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> On Thu, Oct 31, 2002 at 11:33:26PM -1000, Flash! wrote:
> > Has anyone thought of making it possible to scroll through the music
> > file without the sound output jumping to that position (using the scroll
> > bar at the bottom).
> yep, that will be configurable in a future version :)
> (actually, the behaviour you mention will be the default)
> > Also how about some sample sounds (mixing and scrubbing etc). Is there
> > some documentation online or offline?
> there are some demos at:
> if you want to make your own audio demos, the method is currently pretty
> crude -- you need to edit a define at the top of src/play.c, then files
> will be created in /tmp containing what's played.
> Documentation is pretty sorely needed, yes -- contributions welcome :)
> > Just some ideas.
> thanks, appreciated :)
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