On 04/18/2013 02:59 PM, Nicola wrote:
You're welcome! To me the RPi is just another device running Linux. And
if it runs Linux it can run JACK and some of my favorite software. I'm
sometimes baffled by the immense detour people are taking just to get 8
note polyphony out of the RPi for instance. Or using some real-time
effects. Or building a drum sequencer. All the stuff is already there!
But no, apparently they prefer to reinvent the wheel.
> Just a couple of things i noticed:
So if you don't run it in the background sound is lousy and glitchy?
That's weird as it shouldn't make a difference? I did find that raising
JACK's rtprio even more (I'm now using 84) decreases the number of glitches.
> 3)Using this usb wireless adapter, so in a headless fashion, i had
At the moment, no. I don't have any experience with WiFi dongles and the
RPi. I should give it a try.
> 4)I really love the tubescreamer in guitarix, it sounds GREAT!
It sure does. I for one can't do without the Treble Booster though :)
> 5)I've got my PI amp now saved in a separate sd card, now i'm able to
Great idea! I've got a bricked tablet lying around too and supposedly it
can run Ubuntu too. Keep us posted on anything that comes out of this!
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