Am 11.06.2010 15:16, schrieb Joep L. Blom:
Well - I see. I'd never use Audacity for such work so I misunderstood
the task as I recommended MWH.
For such work Ardour is absolutely the best choice:
Ardour is made for such kind of recordings and can handle all you
request and much more. It can be installed easily via synaptic.
> , the view of qtractor where all
Ardour has a search-window for Plugins in wich you can enter words like
"limiter" or "reverb" that will find most of the plugins that are
available for the tasks you request. If you like to have nice GUIs too,
try the LV2-versions of the plugins where available.
> But at the moment my
Reading about you setup in the following mails in this thread I suggest:
/usr/bin/jackd -u -dalsa -dhw:0 -r48000 -p512 -n3 -Xseq
this works perfectly well for me with the very same audiochip and a
Is your system set up for realtime?
Ubuntu uses a file in /etc/security/limits.d/audio.conf that holds the
@audio - rtprio 99
@audio - memlock unlimited
without this file, your jack wont work as it can. You also have to add
your user to group audio.
> I cannot understand why
This should not be neccessary.
As of now, killing pulseaudio does not work. PA should be suspended
automatically as jackd starts. This works, let us say: okayish for me.
> Thanks in advance,
your welcome :-)
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