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maybe compiling alsaequal and a little tweaking on asoundrc is needed.
Try this if fits your needs
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I'm trying to figure out what is the best way to use the Guitarix-Amp a=
nd Guitarix-FX LADSPA plugins on a headless system (read Raspberry Pi). I&#=
39;ve tried it with Ecasound but it already consumes more CPU than the guit=
arix application itself! So I'm obviously doing something wrong. Maybe =
this is because the Guitarix-Amp plugin has one input and two outputs, read=
something about Ecasound starting up multiple instances of the plugin in s=
uch a case which is not what I want. So any hints or tips on getting this t=
o run smoothly? I can use either JACK or ALSA directly. I prefer using JACK=
, somehow using bare ALSA produces large amounts of xruns.
Thanks in advance,
/div>Hi Jeremy,maybe compiling alsaequal and a little tweaking on=
asoundrc is needed.
Try this if fits your needshttp://www.thedigitalmachi=
o Ba=F9Sound engineerT.Rex Studiowww.trexstudio.com