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On Tue, May 27, 2014 at 7:50 AM, Cristiano Alessandro <
> Hi all,
> I am very new to Jack and Linux audio in general, so I apologize if my
> Option 2. The POD appears only in the ALSA tab of the Connection window.
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On Tue, May 27, 2014 at 7:50 AM, Cristiano Alessandro <email@example.com> wrote:
Hi all,Hey!=C2=A0 I am very new to Jack and Lin=
ux audio in general, so I apologize if my questions are silly. I own a POD =
HD300, and I would like to use it as a sound card to loopback my guitar sou=
nd in the computer speakers...recording would also be nice. The POD gets ap=
propriately recognized by the system and its device driver functions proper=
ly. In fact, I can hear sound using Pulse, of course with huge latency. I w=
ould like to use Jack for this (already properly installed and set it up fo=
r real time scheduling).
I have configured Jack from QJackCtl such that the interface I am using=
is my POD (interface box in the Setup window - interface which is differen=
t than the one used in Pulse). Now, I cannot really go on. I guess I have t=
wo options to loop my sound back to the speakers (and please correct me if =
I am wrong): (1) specifying the input and output device in the Setup window=
appropriately; (2) specifying a proper connection in the Connections windo=
Option 1. The Input Device and Output Device scroll down list in the se=
tup window Yes these are the options that y=
ou'll need to use to set up the POD as audio device.=C2=A0 Are you sure=
that ALSA supports the POD device? It seems like there might be a driver i=
ssue, as some other Line6 devices require a custom driver to work with Linu=
/line6linux=C2=A0 I hope I'm wrong!
Option 2. The POD=
appears only in the ALSA tab of the Connection window.
The ALSA tab in QJackCtl shows MIDI devices: the MIDI component of the=
POD 300 is probably class-compliant (meaning, no special driver required f=
or that part).. HTH, -Harryopenavproductions.com