Cadence session managment (patchbay) in Arch

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Cadence session managment (patchbay) in Arch

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Hi,

I finaly switched totaly from Qjackctrl do Cadence. But one thing I miss a lot is the batchbay which will automaticly make connections.
I get that in Cadence this is supposed to be done in Claudia, but Claudia is not available in Arch repros nor AUR.
any alternative to do this?

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How about plain ladish? http://www.penguinproducer.com/2011/12/ ... n-handler/

I can't believe it's not in aur, what a pity.

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sysrqer wrote:How about plain ladish? http://www.penguinproducer.com/2011/12/ ... n-handler/

I can't believe it's not in aur, what a pity.
I need something with a gui lol.
not even Gladish is in AUR.
I might have a look into cli ladish if I find no other solution.

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Because LADISH is dead since a long time ago.

Recommended: If you want full session management use Non Session Manager including the program jackpatch.

http://non.tuxfamily.org/wiki/Non%20Session%20Manager

If you just want to save jack connections or connect them by pattern matching use one of the many tools around

https://github.com/SpotlightKid/jack-matchmaker

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nilshi wrote:Because LADISH is dead since a long time ago.

Recommended: If you want full session management use Non Session Manager including the program jackpatch.

http://non.tuxfamily.org/wiki/Non%20Session%20Manager

If you just want to save jack connections or connect them by pattern matching use one of the many tools around

https://github.com/SpotlightKid/jack-matchmaker
Though NonManager is nice, it won't save my jack connections.

I guess I'll have to work my way through those comand line thingies

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Capoeira wrote: Though NonManager is nice, it won't save my jack connections.
It does. NSM includes the program "jackpatch". Just add it to the session.

See also:
https://libremusicproduction.com/tutori ... on-manager

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nilshi wrote:
Capoeira wrote: Though NonManager is nice, it won't save my jack connections.
It does. NSM includes the program "jackpatch". Just add it to the session.

See also:
https://libremusicproduction.com/tutori ... on-manager
Oh. now I get it. I'll try that out tomorrow. thanks

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There isn't really a full equivalent to QjackCtl patchbay

Best I can think of is use a KX patchbay GUI (catarina or catia) or Patchage to sort out the connections
then use aj-snapshot commands in terminal to save and restore connections

this isn't a full GUI solution OP was looking for, but aj-snapshot commands are not too difficult to work out

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thanks

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