I always seem to forget that this list doesn't reply to list.
Note: forwarded message attached.
Philip - http://blogs.xcskiwinn.org/panmanphil
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From: Robert Jonsson <rj@sp...> - 2005-05-17 19:22:57
On Tuesday 17 May 2005 17:45, Philip Nelson wrote:
> I always seem to forget that this list doesn't reply to list.
> Note: forwarded message attached.
> Muse shouldn't crash of course so that should get reported as a bug.
> I haven't gotten around to trying this myself so your mileage may vary but
here is what I *think* is the right way to do this. As I understand it,
> qjackctl allows for the setup of virtual ports that can be saved together
> in a "project". So you would add ports in qjackctl for the qsynth inputs and
> name in in a way that makes sense. Then you would attach muse to the
> qjackctl ports. In this way you would start qjackctl, selecting your
> existing "project" to load the ports you setup (the last loaded is probably
> reloaded when you start the tool). When you start muse, it would find those
> ports and connect, even if qsynth and others weren't loaded.
Very interesting, having this virtual patchbay would solve connection issues
Hmm, I can't seem to get it to work though... probably me not understanding
how it's supposed t work.
> I meant to try this with a project I did with ardour, but only thought about
> it, so hopefully I got all this right.