Re: [LAU] Netjack with more than two channels?

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Date: Saturday, February 18, 2012 - 9:19 pm

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Um, nevermind. The solution is to use jack_netsource, especially since i
have static ip network. This works:
jack_netsource -H -i 8 -o 8
On Feb 18, 2012 10:04 AM, "Eric Steinberg"
wrote:

> I have two machines. On master I do this- launch jack with firewire

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Um, nevermind. The solution is to use jack_netsource, especially since i=
have static ip network. This works:
jack_netsource -H -i 8 -o 8

On Feb 18, 2012 10:04 AM, "Eric Steinberg&q=
uot; <eric.steinberg@gmail.c=
om
> wrote:
I have two machines. On master I do this- launch jack with firewire driv=
er, then in a terminal type
jack_load netmanager
.....which returns a message that netmanager is running. Then on the slave =
I launch jack with the "net" driver. So far so good- I can then s=
ee connections on the master, hear Hydrogen, run audio from my fa-101 throu=
gh Guitarix on the slave, etc. All good, acceptable latency. HOWEVER, when =
i specify 8 channels of i/o on the slave i still get only two channels in b=
oth master and slave connection diagrams. How can I get MOAR?

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[LAU] Netjack with more than two channels?, Eric Steinberg, (Sat Feb 18, 6:05 pm)
Re: [LAU] Netjack with more than two channels?, Eric Steinberg, (Sat Feb 18, 9:19 pm)
Re: [LAU] Netjack with more than two channels?, Eric Steinberg, (Sun Feb 19, 1:08 am)