[Audio-engine-dev] Suggestions to completely Free the JavaSound implementation
contact at petersalomonsen.com
Thu Oct 4 22:50:49 PDT 2007
I consider audio output mixing more like a job for the Javasound Mixer
implementation than a software synthesizer impl. There are many
implementations for javasound mixers. For example - I've been working on a
Javasound mixer implementation supporting jack (jjack.berlios.de). A similar
implementation supporting the Audio interfaces you suggest should be
possible (maybe they even exist already)
On 10/5/07, King InuYasha <ngompa13 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes, but does Gervill support mixing the audio output? Gervill seems like
> a great choice, but being able to mix into PulseAudio would be important,
> and afaik, the site does not say anything about its ability to work through
> PulseAudio. Noting that I did not mention ESD, ESD has been out of
> development for a few years now, and PulseAudio being a better replacement
> for it, Fedora is switching and GNOME is considering getting rid of the ESD
> requirement for GNOME, and perhaps they will put PulseAudio as the
> requirement instead...
> On 10/4/07, Peter Salomonsen <contact at petersalomonsen.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On 10/4/07, King InuYasha < ngompa13 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > As for a software synthesizer, I think that TiMidity++ (
> > > http://timidity.sourceforge.net/) would be the best choice for the
> > > job.
> > >
> > >
> > Gervill does the job perfect. It's also more interesting I think, since
> > it's pure java. The performance of Gervill is great - I'm already using it
> > for music production. Low latency, great soundbank support - great sound.
> > It's available in Frinika which is a pure java sequencer/studio/synth
> > software. I vote for Gervill to replace the current javasound synthesizer.
> > regards,
> > Peter Salomonsen
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