On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 3:26 PM, rosea.grammostola
The problems with crossplatform Jack is that there's little
infrastructure in Windows and OS X for Jack. The current release for
Windows has a version of qjackctl which makes setting up jack very
difficult. And I haven't been able to figure out how to select the
That goes for the OS X version as well: jackpilot gui doesn't let the
user choose the coremidi (the only sane midi driver) for jack. This
means that It's pretty easy to get the crossplatform client going, but
you can't really play it.
This is the reason I started working on the VSTi.
> Are there tools in FAUST which makes it easy to make it crossplatform?
Yes, but I don't use them at all. Faust has a way to do rapid
crossplatform prototyping, but they don't really help you when you
want to have a proper application around the DSP code it has
> About Foo YC-20 (1.1), the sound was good, except when you hit the keys
This extra sound you're referring to is probably the percussion
feature. It is activated only when the first key is struck down. Note
that because the keys of the organ are just contact switches turning
on and off, there's a click audible when you press down a key. This
sound is audible for example on the 2nd manual with brightness fully
on. That is part of the sound of the organ.
> Also the 64bit version of the Debian package worked fine, but Jack couldn't
If I recall correctly, the 32 bit version (if you didn't download a
specific i686 version) is not using SSE. Without SSE, the processing
is just way too much for most computers.
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