On Tue, 24 Jan 2012 12:03:23 +0100, Hartmut Noack wrote
So something is pretty badly broken in your setup - what did the members
of the PD mailing list suggest to fix this?
Without any information about how your jack is set up and how you run PD
it's pretty futile to try to help. On my humble box the following setup
works fine (and I _do_ use PD to do pitch tracking):
$ cat ~/.jackdrc
/usr/bin/jackd -P78 -u -dalsa -dhw:0 -r44100 -p128 -n3
$ pd -rt -jack
> >> And is there anybody who uses PD for the job mentioned by the thread
Jack audio is handled by the input parameter - start PD with the '-jack' switch.
You probably want the '-rt' switch as well (makes PD use realtime priority).
> >> 2.) put the [sigmund~] thing and connect it to that input
Just create a [adc~] object (that will provide audio from the jack input)
and connect it to the [sigmund~] input.
> >> 3.) put a jack-MIDI out and connect it to [sigmund~] out
PD doesn't have a Jack-MIDI out, only ALSA Midi so far. Just send your midi
note to an [noteout] object. You can configure the number of Midi inputs/outputs
from the menu or do it with a command line switch.
> >> 4.) make noise and send it to 1.) and route the notes generated by 3.)
I'll do this on a regular basis, no problem.
HTH Ralf Mattes
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