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Lagoutte
@Jeff_Lagoutte_twitter
I'm using it with ardour6 and cadence with catia through pulseaudio jack sink
Francesco Ceruti
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org
[m]
Hi, sorry for not replaying earlier. The 0.5.x versions support only "notes" On/Off as cue triggers, maybe the foot controllers send a different kind of messages? I'm not familiar with them, but from the "tech21" manual it seems like only "program change" messages are sent
Lagoutte
@Jeff_Lagoutte_twitter
Oh you looked at tech21's manual. Ok so maybe I can change the kind of messages with qmidiroute ?
Francesco Ceruti
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org
[m]
Yes, you should be able change the message type with qmidiroute
Lagoutte
@Jeff_Lagoutte_twitter
Or mididings
Francesco Ceruti
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org
[m]
Anything similar should do the job 😉
Edgar Aichinger
@edogawa23
JFYI my rpm package of lisp-0.6.0dev is ready and working very well in openSUSE Tumbleweed, tested on my laptops and also on the RPi4 with Pisound HAT, running Tumbleweed as well
I had forgotten to add runtime requirements to the spec file they get calculated for C++ packages but not so for python obviously), and realized only yesterday when trying on the freshly set up RPi4
I pushed my package up to GeekosDAW (multimedia:proaudio) repositories which I am part of/helping to maintain now
Edgar Aichinger
@edogawa23
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org if you'd like to add a permanent link to your web page, this would be a candidate https://software.opensuse.org/download/package?package=linux-show-player&project=multimedia%3Aproaudio
Francesco Ceruti
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org
[m]
Thanks a lot 😄
Jeff Trucker
@SouthernHauler_twitter
Can anyone tell me if it's possible to control LiSP with OSC? I've looked everywhere I can think of and unable to find anything. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Francesco Ceruti
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org
[m]
@SouthernHauler_twitter: Hi! You need to use the "experimental" version to get OSC support, an easy way is to use the flatpak that you can find here: https://www.linux-show-player.org/download.html
Jeff Trucker
@SouthernHauler_twitter
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org Thank you. That worked perfectly. And I really enjoy the way that it can 'learn' the OSC trigger just by creating it in Open Stage Control and triggering it.
Jeff Trucker
@SouthernHauler_twitter
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org I do have one concern though. It would seem that the flatpak installation doesn't want to connect to Jack Server. Unless I'm missing something.
Francesco Ceruti
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org
[m]
@SouthernHauler_twitter: Hi, sorry for the delay. I've searched about the issue and apparently it doesn't work, and cannot work, unless you use pipewire-jack, even in that case I think I need to make some adjustments to the flatpak build.
Jeff Trucker
@SouthernHauler_twitter
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org Not a problem. I installed it from source, and other than having to add one additional library, it was quite easy and had no problems using Jack2 at that stage. Thank you again.
Francesco Ceruti
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org
[m]
👍👍
Mitsch Jarosch
@mitschja_gitlab
Hi! I'm using the Debian testing repository's deb-Package of Linux-show-player. Seems a bit out of date. And it shows 0.5.1 as the version number, allthough apt claims to use the 0.5.2 version. But that's not the point… I changed to pipewire on my Thinkpad T410 and Thinkpad T530 and on both machines I can't get them to work using Linux-Show-Player with jackd output (the cue can be started but it stays at 0:00). Other jackd apps are working okay. AND LiSP works using the pulseaudio output, but - you know - jackd's better when using complex output wiring or trying to use LV2-plugins.
As I read in this chat there were other people having the same or similar issues. So, I don't want to report it, but I want to know if this is already fixed in the development branch, if there is a release with the fix immanent and - if there's something, you can do about it - when it will finally reach Debian testing… Greets and thanks for the cool stuff!
Francesco Ceruti
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org
[m]
Hi! I'm not sure, I need to test if it works, but, if you're running pipewire, you should be able to wire all audio inputs/outputs in same way
Mitsch Jarosch
@mitschja_gitlab
Yeah, should be that way… Probably I'm missing something in the configuration of pipewire.
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The apps that work with pipewire/jack are showing a "quant" and "rate" of 0 - which is strange…
Francesco Ceruti
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org
[m]
@mitschja_gitlab Sorry, I've checked again, and I cannot make it work consistently 😢. I did some debugging and as far I can tell, pipewire-jack is still notifying a change in the buffer_size. As @edogawa23 said you can still use other output types, albeit you loose the ability to change the connections inside LiSP.
Mitsch Jarosch
@mitschja_gitlab
…untill gstreamer fixes that, right?
Francesco Ceruti
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org
[m]
Francesco Ceruti
@francesco.ceruti:matrix.org
[m]
@mitschja_gitlab: the issue with gstreamer should be fixed with pipewire 0.3.51
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T.M.
@Pulecz
hello
I'm using linux-show-player 0.5.3-1 from AUR on Arch Linux - https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/linux-show-player and when I setup simple sesion with audio cue I can play it, seek it, etc fine, bun whenever it ends I get:
gst-stream-error-quark: Internal data stream error. (1)
details:
../gstreamer/subprojects/gstreamer/plugins/elements/gstqueue.c(992): gst_queue_handle_sink_event (): /GstPipeline:pipeline0/GstURIDecodeBin:uridecodebin0/GstDecodeBin:decodebin0/GstVaapiDecodeBin:vaapidecodebin0/GstQueue:queue0:
streaming stopped, reason not-linked (-1)
we talked about lsp on libera's #opensourcemusicians and I was told to report this here
to @francesco.ceruti:matrix.org ^
T.M.
@Pulecz
no error reported in console, only in GUI with this gstreamer, I need it for few other applications, but I'm not sure how this can be linked
the issue is same with -git version: 0.5.3.r278.39aba467 and I'm trying appimage now
T.M.
@Pulecz
hmmm, that fails to load modules: gst_backend, media_info, replay_gain and I can't even add media cue, due to backend not being loaded
no such issues with the aur version, could my python packages be somehow an issue?
s0600204
@s0600204
Hi @Pulecz, what file format is the media you're playing?
T.M.
@Pulecz
this is mkv, downled from youtube
oh important thing about this error that after I get it I can't play the audio cue again
aha, I tried acc recording from phone and that works fine, ok
althought there is no seekbar compared to mkv
so if I choose youtube-dl -f 140 ---- m4a audio only tiny
T.M.
@Pulecz
ye, problem solved, don't use videos as audio cues :-)
T.M.
@Pulecz

oh important thing about this error that after I get it I can't play the audio cue again,

but I can play others

and seekbar is resolved after saving and starting the panel again
T.M.
@Pulecz
oh neat, I saw the mail letter, thanks
s0600204
@s0600204
Hi folks, I recently used LiSP to play the music for a show put on by a local dance school.
LiSP being used on a Dance School
Of particular note: the laptop depicted is running Windows 10.
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otto_richter
@otto_richter:matrix.tu-berlin.de
[m]
Interesting, but why would someone do this? 😂
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I'm currently struggling to run some proprietary windows software on Linux, because I haven't found a free software alternative to noise level measurement, but vice versa 🤔
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Having an easy solution to running LiSP on non-Linux machines might of course be a big potential for the adoption of the software.