Re: [Rosegarden-user] Linux audio over ssh X tunnel

2016-02-22 Thread Luis Garrido
On 22/02/16 06:58, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:

> Running Rosegarden via ssh -X works quite well.

You may want to try something based on RDP. Of the remote computing 
solutions available on Linux I have tried, it is the one which makes a 
better use of network bandwidth. Unfortunately it is a Microsoft 
technology, but hey, nothing is perfect. I use xrdp as server and 
remmina as client.

> All that's left is controlling JACK via the laptop.  I can't manually
> make and break MIDI and audio connections with this rig.

Why not? Can't you run qjackctl like you run RG? There's always the 
command line.



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Re: [Rosegarden-user] [Rosegarden-devel] Fwd: Rosegarden's Future

2012-05-17 Thread Luis Garrido
On 05/17/2012 02:26 AM, David Tisdell wrote:

 I hear you but as a music teacher and music software evangelist, it is
 huge when I can push an app that runs on multiple platforms to an
 education audience. I do all of my most important audio work in Linux

There's always the option of using one of the many audio-oriented live 
CD/USB, like AV Linux:

Then you are evangelizing open source as a whole. That's what I use when 
I want to introduce someone to linux audio software.

That said, live CDs are not without problems, mainly related to hardware 
support: wifi interfaces, last generation video adapters or high-end 
audio interfaces may not work out of the box. But overall they are a 
good option.



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