Rui Nuno Capela | 24 Nov 17:57 2014

[LAU] [ANN] Qtractor 0.6.4 - The Baryon Throne beta release!

Aw, snap!

   Wait, there's no big deal (nor chromium's) cosmic (mis)alignment 
being announced here now. Rest calm. Sorry to delude some of you :)

   But, there's one (notable) leap on this tiny side and part of the 
universe... (or is it a multiverse? move along...) What I really want to 
tell is all about this happening and none else's freaking business:

   Qtractor 0.6.4 (baryon throne beta) is released!

Release highlights:
* Punch-in/out over loop-recording/take modes (NEW)
* Latch/momentary MIDI Controllers toggle mode (NEW)
* JACK client/port pretty-name (metadata) support (NEW)
* Custom style and color themes (NEW)
* Mixer strip multi-row layout (NEW)
* Muted audio tracks monitoring on playback (FIX)
* Clip fade-in/out resize on time-stretch (FIX)

As for the clueless (as if there's any):

   Qtractor is an audio/MIDI multi-track sequencer application written 
in C++ with the Qt4 framework. Target platform is Linux, where the Jack 
Audio Connection Kit (JACK) for audio and the Advanced Linux Sound 
Architecture (ALSA) for MIDI are the main infrastructures to evolve as a 
fairly-featured Linux desktop audio workstation GUI, specially dedicated 
to the personal home-studio.

   Well, although this being yet another milestone--if one may call it 
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Russell Hanaghan | 23 Nov 22:46 2014
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[LAU] Ideas - live gig streaming

Hey list!

So a local haunt I work at frequently doing any number of things, including sound, playing or sitting in for
someone, maintenance, repairs, installs, etc. great little place in Placerville, CA.

I'm looking for input for these items directly (please go offline or start another thread if you want to talk
about unrelated stuff);

Audio / video live streaming 
- post mix audio to web interface with synced video.

-coverage of all in minimum of apps but some control over general mix (pgm) (master comp/EQ only if needed)
and video basic adjust (contrast, luminance, phase, etc.

- network side bandwidth / bs quality ...min bandwidth / network management issues - MTU, adjust for max
glitch less thruput. 

Hoping to reach maybe 200 ppl via interwebs... Interactive chat - video return with possible audio availability.

As an aside, I'm starting a sound school at the premises in the new year. Guess what I'm gonna promote in the
recording / PC sound management segment?! The ears prick up immediately in the circles I run in when I speak
of totally NON reliance on proprietary ( spell - expensive ) OS and awesome audio apps!! 

All ideas toward 

Active examples would be awesome. Pls peeple... I don't want to be a jerk about 

(on topic stuff - I'm prolly the last one who should speak ... Some of the stuff that comes up is just
distracting for me personally. I come here for audio upon Linux info. Not lectures on how to behave or what
my opinion should be! Hopefully, with as much tact intended as possible here, I speak not just for myself?)
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Will Godfrey | 23 Nov 17:26 2014
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Re: [LAU] [LAD] Linux Audio Conference 2015?


No more news? :(

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Michael Reid | 23 Nov 08:03 2014
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[LAU] soundfont question

This is the first time posting to the mailing list, I appreciate any help that is given. I have a 2 soundcard configuration: An SB live and Gina from Echo audio. The Gina only provides audio, which is the main card I wish to use for routing my audio signals. The other card is an SB live intended for using the midi interface (MPU 401 or something to that effect), and to load a soundfont into the cards internal synthesizer. My question is, how do I use the SB live's soundfont synthesizer capabilities and route it to the Gina for audio playback. I'm using Jack and do not know how to do this. I'm wondering if it is even possible. I do not want to use the SB live's audio output jack just to hear the soundfont I loaded. I would like the Gina to handle all audio connections. Thank you again and I appreciate any help with this issue. Let me know if more information is needed.
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Atte | 23 Nov 00:33 2014
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[LAU] caustic with wineasio

Hi

I'm having a blast with caustic (music environment for android, ios,
windows + more). It works fine through wine, but for better realtime
performance, I'd like to get it working with wineasio.

I have wineasio working with reaper, so I copied the dll.so from that
folder to .wine (freshly made, only used with caustic):

atte <at> skagen:~/.wine$ find | grep asio
./.winelib/wineasio.dll.so

I then registered it with:
atte <at> skagen:~/.wine$ regsvr32 .winelib/wineasio.dll.so
Successfully registered DLL .winelib/wineasio.dll.so

I have this in my ~/caustic/config:

atte <at> skagen:~$ cat ~/caustic/config
B ALLOW_SCREEN_ROTATION TRUE
I KEYBOARD_KEYSIZE_PORTRAIT 1
I KEYBOARD_KEYSIZE_LANDSCAPE 1
I PIANOROLL_KEYSIZE_PORTRAIT 1
I PIANOROLL_KEYSIZE_LANDSCAPE 2
B WHATS_NEW_310 FALSE
I INTERNAL_LATENCY 1
S SOUND_DRIVER ASIO

Still, caustic refuses to play, and right upon launch I get this in the
terminal that started caustic:

fixme:avrt:AvSetMmThreadCharacteristicsW (L"Audio",0xb7e9d8): stub
err:ole:COMPOBJ_DllList_Add couldn't load in-process dll L"wineasio.dll"
err:ole:CoGetClassObject no class object
{48d0c522-bfcc-45cc-8b84-17f25f33e6e8} could be created for context 0x1
err:ole:COMPOBJ_DllList_Add couldn't load in-process dll L"wineasio.dll"
err:ole:CoGetClassObject no class object
{48d0c522-bfcc-45cc-8b84-17f25f33e6e8} could be created for context 0x1

Any ideas how to get wineasio going?

NB: Although in a different .wine-folder, wineasio is runing really well
on my box(es), so I know it's possible with my combination of jack
version and wine version.

NB: Debian wheezy, if it matters...

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Ulrich-Lorenz Schlüter | 22 Nov 18:35 2014
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[LAU] Funny German Goverment

Sorry this is in german:

http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/Bund-unterstuetzt-digitales-Klangerlebnis-in-Live-Clubs-2461891.html

Kind regards,

Uli
Will Godfrey | 22 Nov 13:27 2014
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[LAU] Xruns :(

Recently I updated my 'office' computer, which I often use for experimenting
(I don't try anything new on the DAW) and suddenly I'm getting a *lot* of Xruns
and, apparently, very high CPU loading.

Eventually I found the cause. Going from linux kernel 3.2 to 3.16 :(
This, apparently, does very aggressive CPU frequency scaling. Drop back to 3.2
and all is sweetness and light again.

The question is whether there is a reasonably straightforward way to stop this
behaviour. Doing the usual searches doesn't seem to turn up anything useful.

Any help gratefully appreciated.

I would add that I've double checked that the bios is set for 'performance'.

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Ede Wolf | 20 Nov 21:56 2014
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[LAU] jack and the merging of soundcards

I may perspectively run into a shortage of audio inputs and stumbled 
across a blog, that reads like it is possbile to "merge" two soundcards 
into one virtual, that eventually looks as a single one to alsa. 
However, that blog does not mention jack.

Also, in an stone old ardour thread Paul Davis suggests to a similar 
problem: ", then you simply get 2 digifaces", but again, this may have 
been before the rise of jack.

And now I am wondering wether this is a possible or even reliable way to 
trick jack into being able to to finally handle more than one soundcard, 
if presented by alsa as being a single one.

I am honest, that asoundrc is way beyond me, as alsa alway has been, 
thats why I am asking and I am thinking about using two ordinary, 1st 
generation, pre HDSP, Hammerfall cards to expand ADAT IO. Would be 
cheaper than investing into a raydat, when time has finally come.

The posts for reference:

http://soundofsyntax.wordpress.com/2012/02/12/how-to-configure-ubuntu-11-10-for-using-2-rme-pci-hammerfall-dsp-madi-cards-together/

https://community.ardour.org/node/141

Any thoughts on this? Or won't it work with jack?
hermann meyer | 20 Nov 16:26 2014
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[LAU] [LAD] [LAA] Guitarix 0.32.0 released

The Guitarix developers proudly present

Guitarix release 0.32.0

For the uninitiated, Guitarix is a tube amplifier simulation for
jack (Linux), with an additional mono and a stereo effect rack.
Guitarix includes a large list of plugins[*] and support LADSPA / LV2 plugs as well.

The guitarix engine is designed for LIVE usage, and feature ultra fast, glitch and click free,  preset switching, full Midi and/or remote controllable (Web UI not included in the distributed tar ball).

Here is the " Ultimate Guide to Getting Started With Guitarix"

This release fix the bug #16 "empty effect menu with clear-skin option",
add new tuning scales (19- and 31-TET) to guitarix and Gxtuner.lv2,
add Midi Clock and Jack Transport support to guitarix and move a couple of controllers from
unit:ms|hz to unit:bpm, so that they could easy synced with the Midi Beat Clock.
and introduce a new LV2 plug:
                * GxMultiBandReverb

Please refer to our project page for more information:

Download Site:

Forum:

Please consider visiting our forum or leaving a message on

regards
hermann
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Massimo Barbieri | 20 Nov 14:28 2014
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[LAU] John Option - Any: new song and new Adrour project

Hi,
today we have published the video of another single of John Option: Any.
Of course the song is published under the terms of the Creative Commons
License (CC-BY-SA) and it's completely produced with free software:
Ardour, Hydrogen, Jack, Qsynth, CALF, and many other
great free audio software that we used under Debian GNU/Linux.

Here you can listen the single and see the video (made with kdenlive):

 http://youtu.be/lXbUKeo-PFY

As for the previous songs we have done a little more in the direction of
freedom and we published in our website[1] the single recording tracks
and the complete Ardour session. All this material is published under
the terms of the Creative Commons license Attribution Share alike so
that anyone can use our tracks to produce a remix of our song or even a
new song that have to be published under the same license.

You can find all about our project here: http://johnoption.org

I hope that you like our choice of freedom. If you feel like I'd love
to read your feedback, because the encouragement of the people who
listen to us and appreciate the philosophy of our project is the only
fuel for us to continue. And if you like to be updated about our next
release, please subscribe to our YouTube channel or any other social
network you like (see link to our profiles on our website[1]).

Best regards,
Max-B

 1. http://johnoption.org
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Russell Hanaghan | 19 Nov 19:26 2014
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[LAU] Account issues

Hi,

To the maintainer(s) of our wonderful LAU mailing list...

Everything is working fine for me except I cannot see my own posts. I've tried many times to reset my acct. and
nothing seems to work. Any clues?

Thank you for your efforts!! I love this list after 10 years or so. It's very valuable to me!

With gratitude,

~ Russell

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