command line utility to store/restore ALSA and/or JACK connections to/from an XML file.

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  • Awesome JACK toolkit Saved connections can be called in bash scripts when launching JACK applications. This makes saving multiple JACK layout very simple.

  • Needed a tool for auto-connecting inputs to outputs upon starting audio application via Jack Audio Connection Toolkit. Can be achieved with Patchbay in qjackctl, but not on shell-only Linux server. I was looking at aj-snapshot before, but one would need to start snapshot restore every time playing audio from new source, which is not much improvement than issuing jack_connect. But then I found the new version of aj-snapshot supports running as a daemon and doing the connections automatically, which is great and it's working really perfectly. Conclusion: recommended :)

  • Excellent piece of work! I use it for JACK wiring in my synth.

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English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

C

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2010-03-18