Re: [ecasound] strategy for RT commands that produce audio dropouts?

From: francis keyes <fkeymo@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Tue Sep 09 2008 - 20:45:25 EEST

Thanks for the info, though its not exactly what I was looking for. I need
a way to change controller parameters on the fly using ecasound interactive
mode from within a C program (libecasoundc). This is for an automated sound
installation. There is no user interface. I suspect its not possible but
if anyone knows a way I'd love to hear it.
Thanks so much,

On Sat, Sep 6, 2008 at 3:56 AM, Julien Claassen <> wrote:

> Hi!
> You can use -km option to use your MIDI-keyboard controllers. Like this:
> ecasound -c -i input -o output -ea:100 -km:1,0,100,1,1
> -ea is amplifier and then -km:
> -km:parameter_number,minimum,maximum,midi_controller_number,midi_channel
> Thus you take parameter 1 of -ea (ea only has one). You enable changes
> between 0 and 100 (no sound, 100% volume), you use midi-controller 1 (the
> modwheel), on midi-channel 1 (the first midi-channel).
> If you have a MIDI-keyboard this is the easiest and most intuitive way to
> change controller parameters in realtime.
> HTH.
> Kindest regards
> Julien
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