[CM] Grace, Linux & Sound

Heinrich Taube taube at uiuc.edu
Mon Jul 13 06:38:31 PDT 2009

you can write realtime midi data , but you have to use 'qjackctl' or  
whatever to configure ports first.
you can write audio files using sndlib and clm instruments
you cannot play audio files except by some external app. This actually  
has nothing to do with Grace, which is making the the exact same calls  
on Linux as it is on OS X and windows, where things work.  from my  
perspective it seems like linux audio is overly complex and  juce  
linux (alsa) audio support has serious problems.

On Jul 12, 2009, at 10:04 AM, Donald Steven wrote:

> Hi all,
> Has anyone managed to get sound working from Grace on Linux?  I'm  
> using
> 3.2.3 and have tried a number of distros (Fedora 10, Ubuntu 9.04, SUSE
> 11.1, Centros 5.3, and Debian Lenny) and combinations of ALSA and jack
> things, but it can't find the audio.  All other apps work fine.   
> Thanks
> for any help you can provide.
> Don
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