Re: [LAU] Jack fallback to alsa when firefire device off?

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To: Robin Gareus <robin@...>
Cc: <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Thursday, February 17, 2011 - 1:55 pm

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Thanks Robin. It=92s just good to know whether it is or isn=92t worth chasi=
ng.

I don=92t really want to mess about making this happen if it=92s new territ=
ory.
As a Linux-beginner I stand no chance of achieving what experts haven=92t
already achieved.

However, what you said here is interesting:

> Why don't you use JACK _only_ for the firewire device? and configure

Why not indeed! Maybe that=92s what my problem boils down to =96 KXStudio=
=92s
achievement of routing all audio through Jack2 is widely-celebrated, but
perhaps it=92s not suitable for a user of my particular requirements. I won=
der
whether it=92s worth staying with KXStudio if I=92m going to do as you sugg=
est
above (I=92m also having problems with my Wacom graphics tablet) or whether
there are other benefits of KXStudio that make it worth sticking by (it sur=
e
looks slick). Perhaps I should install Kubuntu, then add the realtime
kernel, FFADO and those audio/graphics programs necessary for what I do.
Opinions?

- Dan C

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Thanks Robin. It=92s just good to know whether it is=
or isn=92t
worth chasing.

=A0

I don=92t really want to mess about making this happ=
en if it=92s
new territory. As a Linux-beginner I stand no chance of achieving what expe=
rts
haven=92t already achieved.

=A0

However, what you said here is interesting:

=A0

> Why don't you use JACK _only_ for the firewire device=
? and
configure

your music-player to use ALSA (or pulseaudio) on the built-in card?=94

=A0

Why not indeed! Maybe that=92s what my problem boils down to =
=96 KXStudio=92s
achievement of routing all audio through Jack2 is widely-celebrated, but
perhaps it=92s not suitable for a user of my particular requirements. I won=
der
whether it=92s worth staying with KXStudio if I=92m going to do as you sugg=
est
above (I=92m also having problems with my Wacom graphics tablet) or whether=
there
are other benefits of KXStudio that make it worth sticking by (it sure look=
s
slick). Perhaps I should install Kubuntu, then add the realtime kernel,=A0<=
/span>FFADO=A0and
those audio/graphics programs necessary for what I do. Opinions?=

- Dan C

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Re: [LAU] Jack fallback to alsa when firefire device off?, Robin Gareus, (Thu Feb 17, 12:53 pm)
Re: [LAU] Jack fallback to alsa when firefire device off?, Dan Capp, (Thu Feb 17, 1:55 pm)
Re: [LAU] Jack fallback to alsa when firefire device off?, Bernardo Barros, (Thu Feb 17, 2:00 pm)
Re: [LAU] Jack fallback to alsa when firefire device off?, Daniel Worth, (Thu Feb 17, 10:29 pm)
Re: [LAU] Jack fallback to alsa when firefire device off?, Artem Vakhitov, (Thu Feb 17, 8:44 pm)
Re: [LAU] Jack fallback to alsa when firefire device off?, Bernardo Barros, (Thu Feb 17, 5:14 pm)
Re: [LAU] Jack fallback to alsa when firefire device off?, Jeremy Jongepier, (Thu Feb 17, 4:07 pm)
Re: [LAU] Jack fallback to alsa when firefire device off?, Dave Phillips, (Thu Feb 17, 4:54 pm)
Re: [LAU] Jack fallback to alsa when firefire device off?, Jeremy Jongepier, (Thu Feb 17, 4:10 pm)
Re: [LAU] Jack fallback to alsa when firefire device off?, rosea.grammostola, (Thu Feb 17, 4:13 pm)
Re: [LAU] Jack fallback to alsa when firefire device off?, Jeremy Jongepier, (Thu Feb 17, 7:07 pm)
Re: [LAU] Jack fallback to alsa when firefire device off?, rosea.grammostola, (Thu Feb 17, 8:02 pm)