From: Louis Gorenfeld <louis.gorenfeld@gm...> - 2007-08-15 15:18:38
Hi, everyone. I wanted to get the opinion of people here before I
write bug reports, just to make sure that it's not user error. A few
odd things have been happening with my Rosegarden sessions.
The first problem is that I have a project file that works with a GM
soundfont via QSynth, plus some other plugins such as FluidSynth DSSI.
After I added Slayer2 via DSSI-VST, the program no longer sent volume
settings upon load to QSynth, even though the knobs showed the correct
volume levels. However, I could reset the volumes by wiggling the
volume knobs on each channel. If I reloaded the project, the volumes
would be wrong again.
Another issue I've had with every Rosegarden project is that when my
song gets long enough (around 3 minutes and 16 channels), there is a
pause that can last five or more seconds every few minutes. My CPU is
a 1.2ghz Athlon.
ons, 15 08 2007 kl. 08:15 -0700, skrev Louis Gorenfeld:
> Another issue I've had with every Rosegarden project is that when my
> song gets long enough (around 3 minutes and 16 channels), there is a
> pause that can last five or more seconds every few minutes. My CPU is
> a 1.2ghz Athlon.
Do you use a realtime kernel? And run jack realtime? At ubuntustudio.org
there is a link to a guy who has a good description of how to configure
jack to realtime.
If you download jack source code, there is a README with a trick about
memory and swapping.
It sounds like you should experiment a little with such things ... if
you don't already have.