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Ravenna client for Linux (pulseaudio or jack)

PostPosted: Sun Aug 16, 2015 21:11
by antoszka
This is a question/suggestion -- since a native Linux Ravenna implementation already exists in the form of the HAPI/HORUS firmware, would it be very hard to create a desktop client that speaks to pulseaudio and/or jack(d)? I can think of many scenarios, where such a thing would be very welcome, a of lot electronically composed and performed music (especially in the fields of live electronics, algorithmic composition and related research) is done on Linux.

Being able to directly connect a Linux system to a Ravenna router/network would be tremendously empowering and allow penetration of the technology into new areas.

Re: Ravenna client for Linux (pulseaudio or jack)

PostPosted: Sat Jan 28, 2017 19:14
by dewilcl
Is there something new about this good idea?
I heard somewhere that merging developped an ALSA/AES67 VSC.
Is it true?

Re: Ravenna client for Linux (pulseaudio or jack)

PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:14
by OswaldoH
dewilcl wrote:Is there something new about this good idea?
I heard somewhere that merging developped an ALSA/AES67 VSC.
Is it true?


I don't think it's true, we would have heard something by now.

Re: Ravenna client for Linux (pulseaudio or jack)

PostPosted: Wed Feb 28, 2018 22:13
by antoszka
Can we get a response from Merging here please?

Re: Ravenna client for Linux (pulseaudio or jack)

PostPosted: Thu Mar 01, 2018 12:15
by florian
Horus and Hapi are based on a FPGA implementation. There are not any ALSA drivers in these devices.

This said, we are working on an AES67 ALSA driver and we are close to finalize. There will be an annoucement once finished.
In the meantime, if you are interrested, you can contact us at aes67[at]mergingdotcom