Hi Dave and everyone. I am still wrestling with this. I have the new ALSA
driver that supports my card, finally, but under 64studio I still get
20-some xruns a second, and Audacity is unable to connect to jackd.
PortAudio appears for a split second in the jack connection dialog, and
disappears. Some of you told me 64studio was preconfigured for low-latency
audio out of the "box" and all the apps were tuned to the distro, but it
doesn't seem to work that way for me.
Anyone know an up-to-date guide to low-latency audio on Debian or Linux?
There's still a lot of info out there that is obsolete, so I'm wary of
Just a note: I have been trying for several years to get low-latency audio
working right on Linux. This is a new machine, though, as of November 06,
and I had to wait 7 months for my audio card and wireless (still not working
right) to be nominally supported, so I haven't tried much for about 6
months. I'm still amazed at how everything just seems to work without
tweaking for some folks, and I'm wondering if there's something fundamental
I'm just not doing. My problems have baffled some of the very developers
who created drivers specifically for the hardware I have. What could be