the only sound device I have available at this time is the built-in on-b=
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On 12/21/2013 03:59 PM, Kevin Utter wrote:
Using the onboard sound shouldn't be an issue.
> Currently my Jack-2 settings are: =96realtime =96timeout=3D4500 =96no-=
m_lock -d alsa =96device=3DHW:0 =96rate=3D44100 =96period=3D256 =96dither=
=3Dshaped midi=3Dnone. I haven't had a chance to try larger latency yet, =
but I could do that once I'm playing back sequences.=20
Try removing the --no-m_lock setting. You also don't need a --dither
setting, afaik you only need this in very specific usercases.
> Is there any reason to do anything with "nice" on either A2J or anythin=
g else? I think I have most of the recommended optimizations for audio d=
one, except for the rt kernel, but just wondered about nice, since I've s=
een it used, but don't see any recommendations about it.
=46rom the JACK FAQ page "How do I configure my linux system to allow JAC=
to use realtime scheduling?" (http://jackaudio.org/linux_rt_config):
"Contrary to a lot of misinformation on the web, there is no reason to
include a line here that provides enhanced "niceness" control, which is
completely irrelevant for realtime scheduling and low latency audio
> The uname -a shows:
You could try the Ubuntu low-latency kernel.
> Thanks much for your help.
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