Distros and Desktops, almost OT
harryupfranz at gmail.com
Mon May 20 09:42:49 UTC 2013
I don't notice anything weird about midi playback nor input/output. Most
likely it has been improved, I wouldn't know the diference since I have
been using linux for just one year.
Wine automatically detects all your alsa midi outputs and inputs and makes
them available in the windows program. Then you can easily use a2j to use
them with jack.
On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 3:22 AM, Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net>wrote:
> On Mon, 2013-05-20 at 02:44 -0500, Harry Franz wrote:
> > In my experience wine and wineasio are working perfectly, to be
> > specific, Reaper and OpenMPT are very stable, and moreover with
> > wineasio there is almost no noticeable latency.
> It's years ago when I tested it with Reaper. MIDI jitter was ridiculous
> high. Hard to believe that you don't experience to much jitter, since
> jitter for bridging already is an issue within Linux, that's why many
> people use a2jmidid instead of the jackd switch for bridging. However, I
> tested it years ago and perhaps there now is an improved MIDI bridging
> for wineasio to jack or ALSA MIDI.
> Does wineasio provide a bridge to jack or ALSA MIDI now, or does it
> provide bridging to both?
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