Re: [jokosher-devel] [PATCH] InstrumentViewer volume slider patch (SVN Rev. 1519) (Jeff Ratliff)

2008-06-25 Thread Tom Halligan
I do like the mockup - maybe a little polish would be needed, but it does the job. I don't really like the way it looks as if it's just drawn on top of the InstrumentViewer, rather than an actual feature of it, but that's just nit-picking. I found this:

Re: [jokosher-devel] [PATCH] InstrumentViewer volume slider patch (SVN Rev. 1519) (Jeff Ratliff)

2008-06-25 Thread Tom Halligan
Hi Knut, I agree completely with the volume control as a necessity, particularly if Jokosher is to be considered the user-friendly audio editor of choice. Right now I'm kind of leaning towards an 'all-in-one' solution: 1: Recording monitor when the instrument is armed for recording - preferably

Re: [jokosher-devel] [PATCH] InstrumentViewer volume slider patch (SVN Rev. 1519) (Jeff Ratliff)

2008-06-25 Thread Laszlo Pandy
Your proposal is really good Tom. I think we're on the right track with this and we should be able to hammer out the details. As for the VUMeter which monitors the microphone volume, this is different than the VUMeter in the mixer view right now. The one we have implemented right now shows

Re: [jokosher-devel] [PATCH] InstrumentViewer volume slider patch (SVN Rev. 1519) (Jeff Ratliff)

2008-06-25 Thread Tom Halligan
I haven't used PulseAudio yet - but I imagine if the input data needs to be copied, we'll suffer with regards to latency? I find dealing with latency to be my number 1 most annoying problem when recording. I guess we can cross that bridge when we come to it, but it's worth thinking about,

Re: [jokosher-devel] [PATCH] InstrumentViewer volume slider patch (SVN Rev. 1519) (Jeff Ratliff)

2008-06-24 Thread Laszlo Pandy
Tom Halligan wrote: Maybe the easiest solution would be to use a small, horizontal VUWidget rather than the current volume slider? Although this doesn't solve the space issue - it would at least be more intuitive as a volume control, and also doubles up as a level monitor. The mute