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Re: connect audio apps
Per Boysen wrote:
> Another good OS X audio "patch-bay" is Soundflower from Cycling74:
> If you have Soundflower on a Mac it comes up as just another audio
> interface in any audi application (on Mac you can use multiple
> soundcards with a computer)
Matthias Grob wrote:
> on mac, you can use Jack to connect any audio apps...
Pointers noted. So Jack on OSX doesn't mangle the audio chain? Nice..
From 10+ years on Linux, I was reluctantly about to use it as a DAW,
when Logic Studio was announced at $500. On Linux can have problems with
applications guessworking between using ALSA (of cause with needed OSS
emulation), Jack and one or two more audio services (forgot which).
> On 5 nov 2007, at 22.04, Matthias Grob wrote:
>> on mac, you can use Jack to connect any audio apps. I consumes proc
>> power, though
>>> I have no idea as yet about how sharing I/O lines on a 4 in, 4 out
>>> audio IFC between Logic and a either a standalone og plugin looper
>>> app will work; maybe I'm just seeing imaginary ghosts ;)