sorry Tim and Flo - got pulled away on tour with o'night notice on
Friday - writing from a hotel room 2/3 of the way to Cairns (3000 kmtrs
from home!) so I won't be testing till I get back - around the 28th May.
once again, sorry boys - but thanks for the fixes/advice ;)
On 04/28/2011 04:06 PM, Tim E. Real wrote:
> On April 25, 2011 07:12:26 pm Tim E. Real wrote:
>> On April 25, 2011 06:56:06 pm you wrote:
>>> It is as you described Tim - jack transport master needs to be enabled
>>> for normal audio operation of Muse2.
>>> I installed a spare Ice1712 card and tested MusE2 this morning and as
>>> Master with Jack sync enabled I am able to jump forward/backward with no
>>> issues a all.
>>> This is of course not possible with Netjack1, as slave machines cannot
>>> control system starts/stops (though it is possible with netjack2 but
>>> that's another story)
>>> So I'm going to have to slave MusE to jack from the master somehow....
>>> At least I know what's going on now...
>> Hmm, OK. That's one item I really gotta fix some day.
>> That dummy sync thing was never quite finished right.
>> Now, according to your error post, I saw it crash apparently for
>> a different but perhaps related reason - some event list issues
>> concerning midi thread to audio thread communication.
>> (Midi thread was putting items into the list while audio thread was
>> processing the list - not good.)
> Geoff I fixed some stuff regarding that. Can you give it a thorough workout
> to see if it crashes like that again?
> I did not address the dummy sync or wave FIFO errors.
> First let's see if you still get the same kind of crash we saw here.
> Thanks. Tim.
>> So I took a look last night and will attempt to address it.
>> Then we can try again with dummy sync and see if it still happens.
>> Hang in there...
>> Thanks a lot for testing. Tim.