How to use Lash Audio Session Handler

  • tCzerny
Posted: Sun, 06/07/2009 - 17:29
I know of Ardour's and Jack's auto connection features - however, I understand that LASH could handle complex workflows much better. I am having problems to find a manual about LASH. So far I started it from the menu, but the included menu items won't give me hints on how to use it. http://lash-audio.org/ seems to be down, http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/lash (point ?) no manual? Thanks, Thomas

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  • kaimerra
  • 11/14/08
  • Tue, 06/23/2009 - 01:20
I am interested in this as well, any good overview or how tos written on this?

In case anyone stumbles over

  • turion
  • 01/16/12
  • Tue, 01/17/2012 - 11:35
In case anyone stumbles over this thread: LASH is fairly dead. There is a follow-up, called "Ladish". You can get it from http://ladish.org/. There is quite some docs about it. Ladish supports *all* audio software that connects to jack, but in a very basic manner. It also supports some other software more thoroughly. For more details, check http://ladish.org/wiki/levels. The recommended way, however, is using jack_session, as roughly described in http://trac.jackaudio.org/wiki/WalkThrough/User/jack_session. It comes with JACK, has fewer features, but a cleaner implementation. Hydrogen, QJackCtl and a lot of other common JACK applications will support it in the very near future.