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Offline hitsware

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Offline dentonlt

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Re: Anyone playing Midi with TCL ? ... Especially through motherboard sound
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2012, 10:28:07 PM »
Hmm. I'm looking for info on this, too. Not getting far ...
I'm trying to get Frescobaldi (notation) working with sound.

Mine is not motherboard sound. FWIW, timidity works, but not as a daemon.

EDIT: finally got mine working - ALSA + fluidsynth supporting Frescobaldi.
I also rebuilt qsynth for convenience.

I have discovered I was missing:
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modprobe snd_seq and
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fluidsynth -i -s -aalsa /path/to/soundfont.sf2
I will package Frescobaldi and its deps when I have a chance.
« Last Edit: September 28, 2012, 01:27:49 AM by dentonlt »

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Re: Anyone playing Midi with TCL ? ... Especially through motherboard sound
« Reply #2 on: September 28, 2012, 06:09:56 PM »
Hi

I am not an audiophile and not sure if you guys are interested but another distro has package called rtkit
- real time kit.

I have downloaded an original tarball and it mentions
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RealtimeKit can also be used to hand outh high priority scheduling (i.e. negative nice level) to user processes.
In addition to this a-priori policy enforcement, RealtimeKit also provides a-posteriori policy enforcement, i.e. it
includes a canary-based watchdog that automatically demotes all real-time threads to SCHED_OTHER should
the system overload despite the logic pointed out above

If interested you may like to build a tcz?

http://git.0pointer.de/?p=rtkit.git