[Ardour-Users] Leopard blues
zipzappoozoo at gmail.com
Sat Sep 13 11:59:35 PDT 2008
OK . . .switched to Native. Looks great. I'm still having no sound-out
issues. Specifically, I'm getting "AudioEngine: cannot connect
ardour:click/out 1 (ardour:click/out 1) to coreaudio:Built-in Audio:in1"
kinds of errors.
Yes, I've set up an Aggregate device. Yes, JACK is set up to connect to it
as the Interface. There are some options I'm not sure about: resample in
the agreggate device? that clock checkbox? Also, in the Audio/MIDI panel,
should the default device be set to the Aggregate device, or kept on "Built
in"? I think I've tried every configuration of all of these things, but no
dice . . .
thanks for any (further) advice,
PS . . . on the native version, are waveform views currently not usable?
and I think I remember from somewhere that keyboard shhortcuts aren't
officially available on this version yet, correct?
On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 6:34 AM, Josh Parmenter <josh at realizedsound.net>wrote:
> Also, I suggest logging on to the IRC channel and grabbing the native
> builds. X11 on Leopard is dodgy, AND you can use AU plugins with the native.
> Really... worth logging on for the current link.
> On Sep 11, 2008, at 3:31 AM, Dragan Noveski wrote:
> Christopher Bailey wrote:
>>> Hello friends,
>>> I just bought a MacBook running Leopard. (2.4 G intel core 2 duo)
>>> I'm running the X11 version of Ardour, whatever's the simple binary you
>>> can download.
>>> My first question is, everything is HUGE. Is there somewhere to control
>>> the font sizes, or just the size of how everything looks in general?
>> do not know about mac, but as of ardour v2.4.1 (or sth like that) you can
>> menu - > window - > preferences - > misc.
>> there you should be able to set at least the font scaling (size).
>> at leats here on linux.
>> hope that helps any?!
>>> I looked in the X11 preferences, and in the Ardour menus, etc., but
>>> didn't see anything immediately. (One thing to
>>> Also . . . I installed Jack (dmp 1.9, router .8.7, pilot 03-08) . I had
>>> the impression it would just work, but then I found some references in the
>>> manual for the aggregate device specifications, and what-not. There are a
>>> few things to be specified there, I've set them to what I think are the
>>> correct defaults, but I must be missing something because when I start
>>> Ardour, all is fine; but then when I load in a mix, I get errors that it
>>> can't connect to the CoreAudio , etc.
>>> Anyway. . . I'll try working through it all again, but if anyone has any
>>> advice off the bat here, let me know . . . .
>>> Thanks much,
>>> Christopher Bailey
>>> http://music.columbia.edu/~chris <http://music.columbia.edu/%7Echris> <
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