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On 07/26/2014 07:42 PM, Ken Restivo wrote:
What does 'apt-cache policy jackd2' say? It seems like you were not
using my package. Jack1 might be a better choice on the RPi anyway as it
has a slightly smaller memory footprint. And yes, this matters on the
RPi since it has only 512M RAM.
I've used it with a C-Media USB interface too and it worked without
crackling. Is there anything else connected to the USB ports? Are you
running the RPi with or without X? Probably without otherwise you
wouldn't run into the D-Bus issue. What kind of power adapter are you
using? Fluidsynth shouldn't be an issue, did you also try other apps
like amsynth? Do you also get crackling then?
> I've got it overclocked to 1Ghz, all is well with that (ran the self-te=
I'm not going higher than 950Mhz, I got a lot of SD corruption issues
when trying to go higher than that.
> I haven't tried with my FastTrack Pro yet because the Pi can't power it=
Did you try backfeeding the RPi via a powered USB hub?
> The crackling/aliased sound is the big stumbling block though. Any idea=
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