[PlanetCCRMA] PlanetCCRMA Digest, Vol 30, Issue 15
bill_- at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 17 12:55:17 PDT 2010
thank you for the information.
Is it normal to see jackdmp in the jack messages, or will that only show up with a bleeding edge svn build?
Also, I have been following the Fedora Musician's Guide and I have been trying to use supercollider-gedit. However, I am having problems enabling the SC plugin for gedit. I remember that it was a certain package. Do you happen to know what this package is?
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> 1. Re: Question about jack. Possibly a question for Fernando
> (Fernando Lopez-Lezcano)
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> Date: Tue, 17 Aug 2010 09:01:57 -0700
> From: Fernando Lopez-Lezcano <nando at ccrma.Stanford.EDU>
> Subject: Re: [PlanetCCRMA] Question about jack. Possibly a question
> for Fernando
> To: William Blackburn <bill_- at hotmail.com>
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> On Sun, 2010-08-15 at 16:40 +0100, William Blackburn wrote:
> > Hello everyone. I have been having some great fun with the low
> > latencies using qjackctl, sooperlooper, audacity, a dunlop crybaby
> > wah-wah pedal, and a seymour duncan tweakfuzz pedal. Anyways, my
> > question is about jack and more specifically, jackdmp. I recently
> > compiled and installed jackdmp from a subversion link provided on the
> > official jack page. I read that the jackdmp installation 'replaces'
> > files in the existing qjackctl
> Not exactly, if compiled with the right options it replaces the files in
> the existing jack package (if you are using Fedora). Qjackctl is just a
> front end gui to jack, is a jack client and would not be changed by a
> jack installation.
> > and is made to operate better with multi-core CPUs. I use an Intel
> > Quad Core @ 2.4GHz x 4 so this would be good for me. Is there a way I
> > can make sure that I have installed this properly?
> You could use the jack package from Planet CCRMA (version 1.9.x) unless
> you need a bleeding edge svn version. If you install your own from
> source you should make sure you install to /usr and not /usr/local,
> otherwise you will have _two_ versions of jack installed and that is a
> recipe for problems.
> > Fernando. I think saw that you were on the contributors list as
> > making jackdmp compatible with fedora 13. That's what I put your name
> > in the subject. :)
> Jackdmp has been part of the Planet CCRMA repositories for quite some
> time, that is what I have been using. So no, it is not new for fc13 (but
> I would have to dig to find exactly when it became the default in Planet
> > Also, I was wondering if there was a site where people post the
> > latencies they are able to achieve using jack. I think it would be
> > interesting to see how people achieve very low-latencies and what
> > those latencies are.
> For my concert performances I normally use Jack 1.9.x with 128x2 (two
> periods of 128 frames) @ 48KHz. At those settings the system is reliable
> - using pci based soundcards.
> -- Fernando
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