[ardour-dev] latest CVS commit

Mark Knecht markknecht at gmail.com
Sat Feb 19 05:51:12 PST 2005

Support MIDI and I probably don't have an issue. ;-) 

Other may, but probably I wouldn't.

On Sat, 19 Feb 2005 08:39:14 -0500, Paul Davis
<paul at linuxaudiosystems.com> wrote:
> >1) I start QJC and Ardour. I set Ardour to Positional Sync-> Sync with
> >Jack. I push play on QJC and Ardour follows the Jack transport. I hit
> >pause. Ardour stops. Good so far. I then start Muse. I hit Play in
> >Jack's transport. Muse moves but Ardour doesn't.
> That is, uh, interesting. I've not seen that reported. I never use
> Muse. I know that Ardour+Hydrogen works fine, and I've heard that
> Ardour+Rosegarden works fine. You can also drag the H2 "cursor" around
> (or click it to position it) and Ardour will follow it.
> >NOTE: Without giving it deep thought I'd love it if it was the Jack
> >transport for all Jack apps. If Ardour, Rosegarden, Muse, by DESIGN
> >had no transport and were forced to do development using QJC's
> >transport then it would likely really work for us users.
> Well, you can always just tearoff the ardour transport panel and use
> that :)
> The problem with an external transport controller is that it can't
> know about certain specific things inside of any one app. Ardour, for
> example, has "play loop" and "play range" buttons. QJC can't send
> commands to do this at the moment, and even if it could, it has no
> idea if a given JACK client *has* a range selection at that time.
> Other examples would include things like "step back" or "step forward"
> - these operations are sometimes a function of the representation
> being used by a given program.
> And finally, of course: there are people who use JACK but don't use
> qjc, amazingly enough :) Oh, did I mention jackosx, ardour on osx, and
> all that, too?
> --p

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