Subject: Re: [ecasound] small utils under planning
From: Luke Tindall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Mar 22 2001 - 12:12:53 EET
On Wednesday 21 March 2001 18:44, you wrote:
> Once again, answering to old mails...
> On 7 Feb 2001, Mario Lang wrote:
> >> - MIDI i/o monitor
> > Do you plan to add functionality to partly save midi information
> > along while recording? I know this would
> > get somewhere to a midi sequencer. But saving some timing
> > information without later wanting to edit it shouldn't
> > be that hard?
> Hmm, this might turn out to be more complicated than it seems at first.
> Nevertheless, this is something I want to keep in my mind. At least now,
> I'd bet my money on a combination of ecasound and a MIDI-sequencer with
> some kind of simple synchronation between them.
I would have thought that extending midi sync capabilities in libecasound is
the way to go. If ecasound is listening mtc/mmc sync messages it can then
translate these to iam-commands such as setpos. This would mean additions to
the midi system to recieve the sync commands eg -Mmr:device id & then a way
of handling the sync command coming in from that device. What I would really
like to see would be a midi sequencer linked to libecasound .. that would be
> One potential sw sequencer that could work well with ecasound is
> Billy Biggs' ttrk. The web site is at http://div8.net/ttrk/ -
> it's a very nice app for MIDI-sequencing.
Looks a good app if you like the tracker approach to composition.
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