Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] A good MIDI sequencer.
From: Frank Barknecht (barknech_AT_ph-cip.uni-koeln.de)
Date: Mon May 06 2002 - 10:04:02 EEST
Juan Linietsky hat gesagt: // Juan Linietsky wrote:
> Frank Barknecht <barknech_AT_ph-cip.uni-koeln.de> wrote:
> > You probably have to raise the priority to a higher value than the
> > default 50, e.g.: "muse -P 98"
> > This should fix it, it did it here at least.
> I did...
> even if i run muse with top priority and as root, it suffers from such
> slowdowns. It seems to me that they definitively dont do time
> compensation in their timing code. Unfortunatedly, I had no luck
> mailing the authors about this (got no reply).
You might try the muse mailing list. Subscription info is at
http://muse.seh.de, the list adress is muse_AT_seh.de, I don't know if it
is subscribers only...
This timing problem wasn't present in MusE 0.5.0, afair. Maybe you can
checkout this version from CVS. I worked with it for some time and I
have the impression, that the newer versions are mostly 'improved' in
regard to the softsynths, which I never use as I do all audio in PD.
I think, I would be great if you could help a bit with the timing
issues using your experience with the timing-wise rock-solid
Shaketracker. Although there is some 'MusE-bashing' ;) going on in
this thread I still haven't found a Midi Sequencer with more useful
features than MusE.
-- Frank Barknecht _ _______footils__
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