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Thanks for the quick reply!
Do you have any idea why before I configured Jack with force 16 bit I had
distorted sound when playing back audio in ardour?
Now I'm trying to use rosegarden and got the same problem, but now with
I'm a bit lost here.
On Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 2:58 PM, Arnold Krille wrote:
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Thanks for the quick reply!Do you have any idea wh=
y before I configured Jack with force 16 bit I had distorted sound when pla=
ying back audio in ardour?Now I'm trying to use rosegarden and got =
the same problem, but now with MIDI.
I'm a bit lost here.On Wed, Jul 27, =
2011 at 2:58 PM, Arnold Krille <email@example.com> wrote:
On Wednesday 27 July 2011 12:42:48 Moshe Werner wrote:
Ardour and jack will always communicate their audio via float (that i=
real numbers). As only very few devices implement that, most devices are
talked to in integer-numbers. The newer ones are capable of doing 24bit
integers, some older ones are fixed to 16bit integers. So forcing jack to t=
to the audio-device in 16bit might give you lower quality during playback a=
recording but it will not affect the internal quality of the sound processi=
done inside jack and ardour and all the apps. And files exported from ardou=
will also not be affected by that jack-setting.
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