Re: [Rosegarden-user] JACK MIDI... Why?

2020-04-10 Thread Will Godfrey
On Sun, 22 Mar 2020 15:49:51 -0400 Ted Felix wrote: > Next question > > Why do you want/need JACK MIDI? (As with LV2 I may never get to it, >but some justification will help focus the effort if I do.) Thanks. > >Ted. One of the main claims of JACK MIDI is sample accurate

Re: [Rosegarden-user] JACK MIDI... Why?

2020-03-23 Thread Lorenzo Sutton
On 22/03/20 20:49, Ted Felix wrote:   Next question   Why do you want/need JACK MIDI?  (As with LV2 I may never get to it, but some justification will help focus the effort if I do.)  Thanks. For me a2j stuff has also worked well in situations where alsa-midi wasn't supported. As I

Re: [Rosegarden-user] JACK MIDI... Why?

2020-03-23 Thread Sami Jumppanen
a2jmidid has been totally invisible for me. One checkbox in Studio Controls (or a line in JACK settings). Need it between my old USB 8x8 MIDI Interface and Reaper. If there are problems with a2jmidid, I'm sorry, I just haven't seen it. (People also say Linux Reaper is experimental and but after

Re: [Rosegarden-user] JACK MIDI... Why?

2020-03-22 Thread Demonic Sweaters
Personally I don't see any reason to use jack MIDI. About the only piece of software that I use that doesn't use alsa midi is Ardour, which is another reason I don't really care for it. All qtractor, lmms, seq24, reaper, and even bitwig Studio use alsa midi by default. Justin A.K.A Demonic

Re: [Rosegarden-user] JACK MIDI... Why?

2020-03-22 Thread ram
Hi Ted, et. al. JACK MIDI is essential for "talking" to wide range of software synthesisers, e.g. the Bristol package (http://bristol.sourceforge.net/). There are work arounds to its absence, such as a2jmidid (https://github.com/linuxaudio/a2jmidid/), but those are a pain to use and are very