Re: [ecasound] simulating scratch with ecasound

From: philippe <p.schelte@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sun Apr 23 2006 - 19:25:13 EEST

Justin Rosander a écrit :
> Hi there,
> This is from Dave Phillips' site <>, and I
> haven't tried it personally, but this is the software you could use:
> terminator-x is JACK-aware, so you could record stuff you do with
> terminator-x using ecasound

Hey thanks for the hint Justin, but I actually use terminatorX but it is
not globaly enough stable and it is worst when I use a modified
turntable to control it.
Using ecasound to achieve the scratch would be awesome because perhaps I
could use the big rotary encoder of my recycled JLCooper CS10 to control
the playback and speed of the wav file. But is it possible ?
Sadly, terminatorX is in standby and does a bad thing : it merge the
left and right channels on the input and dispatch the melting to the
left and right output; thats very very annoying...



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