On Sat, Jan 26, 2013 at 4:27 PM, Kaj Ailomaa wrote:
Well, that would make life easier ... if I could get things to work
without it :)
> audio from other software - in which case I would recommend using a DAW, not
Yeah, I tried qjackctl and get the same problems ....
All I really want to to do is to record a single, mono track using a
usb adaptor connected to a mixer. AND play back a stereo track to the
same device. Here's the rub ...
1. If I play and record using audacity though the behringer uca202 I
get awful chattering on the record. Just recording is fine, playback
2. So, I have audacity play out on the existing audio speakers and
record via the usb. That works, but I don't have software monitoring
of my record. I'm playing a sax ... putting on headphones and
listening to the background and not really hearing what I'm playing
results if truly out of tune sax playing ... I was starting to think I
was just very bad :)
3. Enabling software monitor in audacity results in too much load, and
the recording goes to shit again.
So, I thought that I'd try jackd ... now have more problems :)
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