On 08/02/2014 10:55 AM, Ivan K wrote:
> Thanks to everyone whom responded.
Hmmm, just on off-chance ... you do have Audacity set to use JACK?
Sorry, maybe not being very helpful here.
> Also, does "system" refer to my M-Audio card or
I believe that JACK's "system" refers to the audio card you've set JACK
> If system does refer to my M-Audio card, I don't
Didn't someone else in this thread already post about that? That SPDIF
was 7 & 8?
> On the other hand, when I run mhWaveEdit, as suggested by
A lot of audio programs are smarter about working with JACK than Audacity.
> At this point, I can continue to work with mhWaveEdit
Sorry, I've run out of clues. On my simple setup here, I started JACK,
started Audacity, set Audacity to use JACK (it defaults to ALSA on my
laptop); hit pause, then record, then unpaused. A PortAudio connection
appeared in JACK's writable ports window. It was already connected to my
in ports. I paused recording in Audacity and checked JACK; connection
still there. When I hit Stop button in Audacity, the PortAudio
connection disappeared from JACK.
I have jackdmp (JACK2) 1.9.10, Audacity 2.0.5.
David W. Jones
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