[Ardour-Users] Fw: got midi to work
seeyoushortly at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Oct 1 10:47:55 PDT 2011
Good news is i got midi working but at the expense of audio!
Really pleased about midi, that's very exciting.
The way i did it was with kxstudio repositories.
The new problem i got with audio on booting up both ardour 2.8.12 and ardour 3 is that i get sample rate mis-match error message.
It tells me i'm loading up stuff in 44.1 and that i have the audio engine set at 48.
All the work i've done recently has been at 44.1.
Jack control says 44.1 so why is it telling me this?
Also, what's strange is that there's no option to change the sample rate when running the ardour file like there usually is..
Then when i hit load session anyway, it loads. Everything looks fine, it plays my old songs as usual but i get no sound from my audiophile.
Actually i can't get any sound from this card at all yet jack.
All advice greatly appreciated.
From: Chooch Schubert <choochus at gmail.com>
To: Nick Ramm <seeyoushortly at yahoo.co.uk>
Cc: "ardour-users at lists.ardour.org" <ardour-users at lists.ardour.org>
Sent: Saturday, 1 October 2011, 13:16
Subject: Re: [Ardour-Users] Fw: can't get midi to work
FWIW the KX developers encourage people to choose Lucid, as they feel it's the best version of Ubuntu for audio. So you can add their PPAs which will give you the latest versions of Jack, Ardour, etc.
They maintain and backport packages for every release from Lucid to current.
-sent from an Android in my pocket
On Oct 1, 2011 6:04 AM, "Nick Ramm" <seeyoushortly at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Thanks again for all the feedback.
> It looks like i've got 3 options..
> 1)stick with Lucid and attempt to upgrade Jack.
> 2)upgrade to a newer version of ubuntu 11.04 or 11.10 and hence ardour 2.8.11/2.8.12
> 3)Start over with a different OS e.g. Av Linux which looks interesting
> Then i'll finally be able to start talking about Ardour 3
> From: Chooch Schubert <choochus at gmail.com>
> To: ardour-users at lists.ardour.org
> Sent: Friday, 30 September 2011, 18:00
> Subject: Re: [Ardour-Users] Fw: can't get midi to work
> I started using the KXStudio repositories for Ubuntu about six months
> ago and was absolutely blown away by it. There is a simple page of
> instruction on how to get up and running that just about anybody can
> follow including: which version of Ubuntu to install, how to add
> repositories, and how to minimize latency. They now also support
> ArchLinux and support Gnome, KDE and Unity.
> After about 45 minutes of downloads and one or two reboots I had a
> machine with the latest versions of all major media software; the
> whole system running on JACK; midi, pulseaudio, and alsa working in
> harmony; 5ms latency for recording and playback; the use of most
> plugins (LV2, DSSI, LADSPA, Linux VST and even most Windows VST and
> VSTi) and everything "just works". I highly recommend it to any
> musician or video producer who wants to get into production with
> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 9:11 AM, m.eik michalke <m at openmusiccontest.org> wrote:
>> am Freitag 30 September 2011 (14:40) schrieb Thomas Vecchione:
>> > It isn't that Ubuntu can't be used, it is that it tends to be more of
>> > a headache than anything especially for new users. They tend to break
>> > the distribution packages of Ardour in subtle but annoying ways, and
>> > they are specific to Ubuntu.
>> it's probably just not enough headache yet to get it working ;-) i mean,
>> someone could just create an alternative repository with proper builds, or
>> register another launchpad project, also to deliver automatic daily builds
>> from svn etc.
>> > and their tendenecy to update packages a bit on the slow side(2.8.6 is how
>> > many years old now?)
>> nick is just using an old ubuntu release. lucid lynx was released in april
>> 2010, ardour 2.8.6 three months before that:
>> o http://ardour.org/node/3295
>> i find that acceptable. the 11.10 release has 2.8.11.
>> o https://launchpad.net/ardour
>> viele grüße :: m.eik
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