[ardour-users] Loops

Lukas Erni lerni at gmx.ch
Tue Mar 22 10:20:34 PST 2005

Am Montag 21 März 2005 18:45 schrieb Johannes M Ringheim:

hi there,

I have a similar setup.

> - ardour
> - hydrogen
> - seq24 (0.6.0+ with jack sync) 
0.6.2 realy kind of a fruityloop on the sequencer-side ;-)
> - specimen sampler
> - zynaddsubfx softsynth
- ams
- aleous
- amSynth
- Audacity & Rezound WaveEditor (not realy choosen one yet)
- jaaa
- xyz.. ladspa plugins

probable somebody is runig fruityloops via fst or vstserver?
it is not on...

over here I can run a bunch of synthys and seq24 in sync and that realy 
rocks ... I don't know what others people expirience is but I can't bring 
loops in sync to work with ardour and seq24 with jack-sinc on. if somebody 
has a working loop in sinc setup with ardour and seq24 I would like to hear. 
I even don't konw if just jack-sinc is the right way for a 
inter-app-loop-setup since Mark Knecht wrote some days ago..

>   Unfortunately there is pretty much no 'inter-app' communication.
>Tempo maps have to be built in both Muse/RG and Ardour. I don't use
>Hydrogen. If it supports tempo changes then the map will need to be
>built there also. the basic issue is that information about upcoming
>tempo changes would need to be sent before it's needed so that each
>app could be ready on time. these apps just don't do that.

...probable I get that wrog. Is it like that with this loop thing or how does 
it work?

lukas erni

> Josh Karnes wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > We have an artist who is trying to switch to Linux for their work.
> > They rely heavily on a piece of Windows software called Fruity Loops
> > 3.  Is there an equivalent-feature Linux app out there that will
> > interface with Ardour? I would like to help them switch over
> > completely to Ardour & Linux.
> I've been looking for the same thing, and came up with this:
> - ardour
> - hydrogen
> - seq24 (0.6.0+ with jack sync)
> - specimen sampler
> - zynaddsubfx softsynth
> This should pretty much replace fruityloops' features, although it's
> abit more complex setup.
> It shure is fun, though!

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