[ardour-users] starting jack in mac osx

John Russell jjrussell at gmail.com
Thu May 10 12:43:32 PDT 2007

It was the path.  On Linux it checks the path, but I guess on macosx
it doesn't.  Thanks a lot.

On 5/8/07, Jesse Chappell <jesse at essej.net> wrote:
> On 5/8/07, John Russell <jjrussell at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I figured out the jackpilot problems by *gasp* reading the doc, but I
> > still can't get qjackctl started.  i would prefer to use qjackctl
> > because of the much better connection manager.
> So you put in /usr/local/bin/jackd  as the path for jack, I assume?
> > > Does anyone have working settings for qjackctl on a macbook pro?
> > > Every time I try to start it up it is infinitely helpful by saying
> On  macbooks to use the onboard sound with JACK you need to make an
> aggregate device.
> Open the Applications->Utilities->Audio MIDI Setup , go to the Audio
> menu and pick Open Aggregate Device Editor, then + a new one, and
> check the boxes for your inputs and outputs.   Then in qjackctl's
> setup cilck the > button next to devices and pick that new aggregate
> device (similar deal in jackpilot if you want to try that).
> jlc

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