Re: [LAU] audacity/jack question (kxstudio 10.04 KDE)

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Date: Friday, January 6, 2012 - 8:56 am

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Hi,=0A=0AIf you use my trick described at http://alsa.opensrc.org/Jack_and_=
Loopback_device_as_Alsa-to-Jack_bridge=0A=0Ayou will have no such problem. =
You can configure audacity to use ALSA Default instead, and yet have jack u=
nder the hood outputting to your speakers, or your inputs recorded in audac=
ity. =0A=0A=0AIf you go that route, read carefully the whole WIKI page, bec=
ause the ALSA PCM definitions will have to be tailored to your particular s=
etup. =0A=0A=0ACheers!=0AJ.=0A=0A=0A=0A=0A________________________________=
=0A From: Jeremy Jongepier =0ATo: linux-audio-user@l=
ists.linuxaudio.org =0ASent: Friday, January 6, 2012 9:06 AM=0ASubject: Re:=
[LAU] audacity/jack question (kxstudio 10.04 KDE)=0A =0AOn 01/06/12 07:59,=
Aaron L. wrote:=0A> Therefore, I have to reconnect it every time I hit 'st=
op' or 'pause' in=0A> Audacity.=A0 And it's only there while Audacity is pl=
aying.=0A>=0A> What am I doing wrong here?=0A=0ANothing. That's the default=
behaviour of Audacity (and afaik of most of =0Athe applications that use P=
ortAudio to talk to JACK).=0A=0ABest,=0A=0AJeremy=0A_______________________=
________________________=0ALinux-audio-user mailing list=0ALinux-audio-user=
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er
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Hi,=
If you use my trick described =
at http://alsa.opensrc.org/Jack_and_Loopback_device_as_Alsa-to-Jack_bridge<=
/span>you will have no such pr=
oblem. You can configure audacity to use ALSA Default instead, and yet have=
jack under the hood outputting to your speakers, or your inputs recorded i=
n audacity. If you =
go that route, read carefully the whole WIKI page, because the ALSA PCM def=
initions will have to be tailored to your particular setup. Cheers!J. Fr=
om: Jeremy Jongepier <jeremy@autostatic.com> To: linux-audio-user@lists.linuxaud=
io.org Sent: Friday, =
January 6, 2012 9:06 AM Subject:<=
/span> Re: [LAU] audacity/jack question (kxstudio 10.04 KDE) =0AOn 01/06/12 07:59, Aaron L. wrote:> Therefore, I have to re=
connect it every time I hit 'stop' or 'pause' in> Audacity.  An=
d it's only there while Audacity is playing.>> What am I doin=
g wrong here?Nothing. That's the default behaviour of Audacity (and=
afaik of most of the applications that use PortAudio to talk to JACK).=
Best,Jeremy____________________________________________=
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Re: [LAU] audacity/jack question (kxstudio 10.04 KDE), Jeremy Jongepier, (Fri Jan 6, 8:06 am)
Re: [LAU] audacity/jack question (kxstudio 10.04 KDE), James Warden, (Fri Jan 6, 8:56 am)
Re: [LAU] audacity/jack question (kxstudio 10.04 KDE), Georg Rudolph, (Fri Jan 6, 9:01 am)
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