Re: [LAU] A "silence signal"?

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To: Jonathan E. Brickman <jeb@...>
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Date: Sunday, April 20, 2014 - 8:07 pm

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Just start jack: it "outputs" silence so to speak. Jack clients output is
then added to the silence, when you make a connection.

So to speak: there is some extra processing that can be avoided in the
implementation, but that's not what the question is about here now :)

Hth, -Harry

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Just start jack: it "outputs" silence so to speak. Jack clients output is then added to the silence, when you make a connection.
So to speak: there is some extra processing that can be avoided in the implementation, but that's not what the question is about here now :)
Hth, -Harry

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[LAU] A "silence signal"?, Jonathan E Brickman, (Sun Apr 20, 8:01 pm)
Re: [LAU] A "silence signal"?, Harry van Haaren, (Sun Apr 20, 8:07 pm)
Re: [LAU] A "silence signal"?, Robin Gareus, (Sun Apr 20, 8:49 pm)