[ardour-users] good system...but crackling in audio?

Jesse Chappell jesse at essej.net
Sat Jun 12 19:54:54 PDT 2004

I recommend that we try to get the most recent ardour built for
you.   Please send the compile errors to the list, and i guarantee
we can solve it for you.  Also include the version of gcc and
glibc that your system uses (and distro, and kernel version).


Jeremy M. Booth wrote on Sat, 12-Jun-2004:

 > Everything was great at first, but lately we've been getting errors from
 > ardour like "pool out of memory, recompile with larger..." and crackling
 > that's getting worse as time progresses.  Nothing has changed in the
 > system other than more space being used in the audio partition.  I got
 > and compiled all the latest versions of all the dependent libraries and
 > programs that ardour uses, but the latest snapshot of ardour failed to
 > build.  We still use an older version of ardour but upgrading everything
 > else didn't fix it.  
 > Here's the system:
 > Maudio delta 1010
 > alsa-drivers 1.0.1
 > Athlon Tbird 1.3ghz (not overclocked)
 > Asus A7v /w 512mb SDRAM
 > ATA100 7200rpm HD
 > system partition mounted with EXT3
 > audio partition mounted with reiser
 > jack uses 260mb temp ramfs 
 > Ardour/GTK: 0.432.1
 > libardour:0.716.1
 > I run jackd with: 
 > jackd -R -d alsa -d hw:0 --hwmon --hwmeter -p 2048 -n 2 -r 48000
 > Is this most likely a system glitch or a software glitch?
 > What could be causing this?  Should I re-compile jack to use a larger
 > ramfs?  Any imput is greatly appreciated.

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