Anyone here have perhaps some more hints to get alsa route its output
Yes, you use pulseaudio, which can exit through JACK. The ALSA JACK
plugin has a very bad reputation and has never really worked great.
Pulseaudio will then show up as a JACK client so all your ALSA apps will
transmit to pulseaudio, which then exits in JACK land.
Well, it is clear that I have to do something different than pure
Jack/ALSA. I'll try Pulse, although Pulse's reputation for low latency
isn't exactly stellar. What should my asound.conf (.asoundrc) look
like, to route all ALSA apps' output through Pulse?