[Ardour-Users] trouble connecting Saffire pro 24
ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Wed Feb 10 08:38:23 PST 2010
Paul Davis wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 10:56 AM, Ralf Mardorf
> <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net> wrote:
>> Because of JACK1 and 2 I just want to point out that some people I know and
>> I have got trouble when using JACK1 on very fast machines, but perhaps with
>> chip sets or a BIOS that seems to be bad for JACK1. I don't know if this is
>> a possible issue for Mac.
> would you just please stop? your ill-informed "guesses" lead people to
> be more confused about stuff than if you would just be quiet when you
> don't know.
> if you knew more, you'd know that there is no "release" of JACK1 for
> OSX, and that 99% of all JACK users on OS X are using JACK2. but
> instead you end up mentioning chipsets and BIOS stuff and giving
> people completely the wrong idea.
I'm sorry, I guess you are right here, but anyway, sometimes guesses
could shove in the right direction. This is how brainstorming works, not
every thought is useful.
Sorry, but I'm referring to
* *Source (jackaudio.org)*: JACK 0.118.0
* *Binaries*: Mixed 64/32 bit, v0.83 of JackOSX (compatible with
current JACK API to 0.116.2) for Snow Leopard
* *Binaries*: Legacy 32 bit, v0.83 of JackOSX (compatible with
current JACK API to 0.116.2) for systems older than Snow Leopard
* *Source*: JACK 1.9.4
<http://www.grame.fr/%7Eletz/jack-1.9.4.tar.bz2> source tarball."
>> Assumedly he has forgotten to use JACK. My bad, I thought for Mac there is a
>> command line too.
> if there is anyone on OS X who uses it to start JACK besides the 4-5
> people who occasionally hack JACK on OS X, i'd be very suprised.
Again pardon, I just tried to help.
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