Re: [ecasound] ecasound for live band

From: RaphaŽl Mouneyres <rmouneyres@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Wed Oct 23 2013 - 12:47:30 EEST

Hi Julien,

i've tired to install nama already but the incredible amount of
dependencies where hard to manage on my Archlinux system... even with
cpan so i forgot about it.
On another hand it may be an option to try again with you having tried
a similar setup.

An important thing is that i could control nama via scripts. Today i
can send command to ecasound wia TCP, so it allows me to talk to
ecasound and the midi engine (a modified jpmidi i'll tell you about
soon) from a script. If it is possible we'll talk about that on the
nama list.

Could you argue why you'd go with the loop device solution ? may it be
only personal taste ;)

RaphaŽl

2013/10/23, Julien Claassen <julien@email-addr-hidden>:
> Hello RaphaŽl!
> I would go for the version using loops. But perhaps you are not aware of
>
> Nama, which sits on top of Ecasound. It too is commandline based, but offers
>
> higher level functionality, such as tracks (with effects, dedicated inputs
> and
> the lot. It also has busses, so you could have a lot easier task for setting
>
> up your effects track for the vocalists and you should be able to directly
> create submixes. this functionality hasn't been used in a very long time,
> but
> it is there. I specifically asked for it once, since I was a member of a
> band
> and we used a similar setup with in-ear monitoring.
> Nama's homepage is here:
> http://freeshell.de/~bolangi/nama/
> It is written in Perl and thus requires a lot of packages, but you could
>
> start from the cpan version and then update to the latest version through
> github. If you would choose that alternative, I'd be glad to assist or you
> could subscribe to the Nama mailinglist. It's a very small family and mostly
>
> quiet enough not to get flooded.
> Warm regards
> Julien
>
> ----------------------------------------
> Music, creative writing, technical information:
> http://juliencoder.de/

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