[ardour-users] 48 channels on ardour

cristiano scabello criscabello at gmail.com
Wed Jul 18 08:11:02 PDT 2007

Wow, thanks VERY MUCH for all the advertises. it certainly should helps very
as soon ass I could translate these questions to portuguese...

Some important questions that I've captured on this discussion:

- Hardware performance and HD configuration.
- OS requiriments and realtime-kernel-module.
- Sync S/PDIF worldclock in delta1010 with envy24control (using 1m cable!
- Sample rate 48 vs. 96 advertises.
- Firewire and PCI soundcards sugestions.

There's anymore else?

Thank you all one more time!
All the best!


On 18/07/07, Justin M. Streiner <streiner at cluebyfour.org> wrote:
> On Wed, 18 Jul 2007, John Emmas wrote:
> > Actually the problems I've encountered (occasional stuttering and other
> > glitches) don't depend on recording at all.  They happen, even if I'm
> just
> > playing back and not recording anything.  My drives are all 7200rpm but
> > admittedly, I'm playing back from the same drive as my system's running
> > from.
> >
> > After I installed OpenSuse, I was advised to install Jacklab which
> > (I thought) was to give me a real-time kernel.  However, there was
> > no improvement in performance as far as I could tell.... :-(
> Are you sure Jacklab was to give you a patched/modified kernel?  Normally,
> that requires that the patches be inserted into the kernel source tree,
> chaning whatever kernel configuration settings that need to be changed,
> then recompiling, installing the new kernel and rebooting, using that new
> kernel.
> I'm assuming your version of OpenSuSE is built on a 2.6 kernel.  Some of
> the real-time kernel options needed may already be folded into your kernel
> tree, but need to be enabled and compiled into the kernel to be active.
> If you're seeing dropouts on playback, is your machine doing anything else
> that could be disk-intensive at the same time?
> jms
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