[Ardour-Users] jack sample rate

Ray Rashif schivmeister at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 10:30:28 PDT 2008

I'd always thought that 48000Hz was something like a hardcoded display in
jack, hence applications like ardour displaying that too - no matter what
the actual sample rate is. Now though, from your response, it appears that
it shouldn't be the case.

I'm confident that jack does accept any sample rate, as the verbose messages
clearly state so. The only issue is with the display. Am I, perhaps, missing

On 07/04/2008, John Rigg <au at sound-man.co.uk> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 07, 2008 at 09:13:39AM +0200, DA. Forsyth wrote:
> > secondly I must be missing some setting somewhere as every project comes
> > up as 48000 sample rate.   I start jack using qjackctl and set it to
> > 44100, I use envy24control to set the Delta1010LT to 44100 (any order).
> >
> > Now I start Ardour and it shows the sample rate as 48000, envy24control
> > shows the hardware has been changed, and jack becomes confused and
> exits.
> > Surely Ardour sohudl take the setting from the hardware/jack, rather
> than
> > changing it?
> Two things to check: make sure you only have one version of jackd
> installed, and make sure the "locked" button is off in envy24control.
> You shouldn't need to set the sample rate in envy24control, but if you
> do, don't do it while jackd is running.
> John
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