Brett at ciscoinc.com
Tue Nov 13 06:26:16 PST 2007
>> You can select the sample rate and/or clock source in
>> envy24control. Runs great at 96.
>I know I can, but I also see it change back to 48000 when jack starts....
>no matter what I set jack to
I run a Delta 1010 and i let jack set my sample rate. Im not at my
daw right now, but i remember an envy24 setting telling the 1010
to "lock" the sample rate. You want to make sure that isnt checked
otherwise jack wont be able to change it.
Ive done recordings at 44.1, 48, and 96 and i simply change the
jack setting as i switch between them.
Hope this helps!!
From: ardour-users-bounces at lists.ardour.org on behalf of DA. Forsyth
Sent: Tue 11/13/2007 2:50 AM
To: ardour-users at lists.ardour.org
Subject: Re: [Ardour-Users] gak
On 13 Nov 2007 at 0:35, bradley newton haug murmured decisively:
> >>yes it can do 44.1k, it is listed in the options. I've had it doing 96k,
> >>so I know I can change it, just cannot figure out how right now (-:
> You can select the sample rate and/or clock source in
> envy24control. Runs great at 96.
I know I can, but I also see it change back to 48000 when jack starts....
no matter what I set jack to
> few things I hope I can contribute to this discussion..
> I avoid using journaled filesystems like the plague for my audio..
> ditto for software raid. Get your cpu out of the way of the audio...
I thought of remounting my 2nd drive as ext2, since it now has ext3 which
is journalled. but setting 32bitmode has fixed my immediate problem.
> Some of the sata (and ide) controllers claim they are raid
> controllers, they are not. The cpu still does the work.
I assume using a Windows driver?
> also, do a SMART (I can't ever type that without thinking of homer
> simpson) report on the drive.. in windows I use
> speedfan to get a query from the drive. unsure of what to use under
> linux. Even if it is packaged new it could have a stupid high number
> of remapped sectors which will cause all sorts of problems.
there is a smart server for gnome, dunno about other tools. I disabled it
as being 'one more thing doing disky stuff'
> There could be other factors I am not considering in your cases, but
> my rigs are always built to use a separate audio drive (one drive no
> raid) running ext2.
thanks Brad. I wish I could build dedicated systems >-: As it is, my DAW
is also my desktop PC for normal use and the budget is tighter by the day.
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