Apodio is excellent. The jack patching is just what I've been looking for.
I'm having trouble starting Bristol and a couple of others. Lmms crashes when I patch the virtual keyboard up to its input, with both patchage and jack. Of course the In patch only shows up on either once I have already told lmms to connect with vkeyboard in it's instrument controls.
I will look at it and post you some feedback!
bristol start in command line basically (need to do a script for that) like this:
open terminal and write:
this is what you should get:
bristol version 0.20.10
startBristol [-explorer|-mini|-memory|-hammond|-b3|-dx|-axxe|-odyssey|-2600|-mono|-poly|-juno|-prophet|-pro10|-pro52|-mixer|-vox|-rhodes|-rhodesbass|-obx|-obxa|-aks|<others>] [-oss|-alsa|-jack] [[-help|-h] [-verbose|-v]]
Try 'startBristol -v -h' for more verbose help output on device configuration.
Try 'startBristol -b3' or 'startBristol -jack', for example, if you are unsure.
Q&A to firstname.lastname@example.org
bugs, features, enhancements to http://sourceforge.net/projects/bristol
please follow those instructions!! and report.
on their website there is a new version, need to be compil I think, I used already made package of 0.20
I made a test from a terminal with qjackctl started, with command line like:
startBristol -jack -rhodes (for example or others synth)
connect vkeyb in alsa midi
ok I wrote a tutorial with a screenshot here: http://www.apodio.org/?p=60
I look after lmms later and report it here.
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