[linux-audio-user] Re: Ardour and some other test results running jack

Arnold Krille arnold at arnoldarts.de
Fri Jun 11 15:11:39 EDT 2004


On Friday 11 June 2004 17:54, David A. Riggs wrote:
> Wow, this is very sorely needed! I'd literally taken the first steps
> in writing the same thing last night (unimaginatively called "Jackie"
> after wishing I had my Mackie console in front of me). I've not had
> a chance to try and compile it yet, but...
> Quick question, it looks like the separate channels have independant
> stereo level faders while the stereo output has a single ganged level
> fader...this seems backwards to me. Can I easily adjust the L&R of
> one stereo channel with a single (or ganged double) fader?

Not at the moment, maybe in future I add things like "couple channel X to Y". 
Now that I think of it, that would be a real cool feature, coupling two or 
more channels which don't even have to be neighbours together. And couple 
them only for one output-bus but have the other outputs of the channels 
uncoupled. You understand what I mean? You can couple 2 channels for your 
main-output but control them independent for 
monitors/effects/second_main_out/etc...

Thanks for this idea!

I am also planning to make this output-controls configurable so you can choose 
wether you want one fader and a pan-poti for your stereo_out or just two 
faders for left and right...

Lets see when I have time to go on with coding JackMix (have to take some 
serious exams this summer)...

Arnold
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