From: Robert Jonsson <rj@sp...> - 2005-03-24 21:15:49
On Thursday 24 Mar 2005 12:50, Crispin wrote:
> > > 2. Dragging the zoom slider all the way to the left causes
> > muse to die
> > > (segfault or quit, I don't know - my terminal disappeared!)
> > Hmmm, I think I have seen this before, does it happen always?
> > I've tried to
> > reproduce it, in vain.
> I don't have it with me, but will try to send you a file where it happens
> (without audio - my music computer is at home and off the net).
Ah, that would be great.
> > > 3. "bounce to file" can lead to zombification, just before
> > it finishes,
> > > even since the freewheeling was disabled
> > Hmm.. I think there's some additional work happening at the
> > end of a bounce,
> > causing the CPU-load to go up. For me it does not zombify
> > however, atleast
> > not using sane buffer settings in jackd (down to 2x256).
> I think I'm on 2x512, is that saner? It is possible that my system is not
> good enough, it's only an SBLive on a Celeron 733.
A 733 isn't exactly a high end system, though it should work just fine as long
as you don't use up all CPU.
More important is the kernel, to achieve reliable (good enough) operation you
really need a patched kernel, or 2.6.10 or newer, they seem good enough out
of the box with the right switches turned on.
Do you have one of those?
> > > http://www.tropic.org.uk/~crispin/music/FiercalFrog.mp3
> > Oh! Cool stuff! Might I ask what gear you've used ?
> > Will the file stay there ? We can add the link to the hall of fame :)
> Korg Prophecy, Roland RD600 (digipiano), Yamaha MU50. A few LADSPA plugins
> too, the MU50 drums need them! The file will stay so please do link :)
> actually most of http://www.tropic.org.uk/~crispin/music/ is done on Muse (the
> mixes at the bottom are seq24).
Cool thing, I'll add it.
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