[Ardour-Users] Newbie Question: Using 2. Soundcard for monitoring
h.rueter at gmx.net
Sun Mar 12 03:28:07 PDT 2017
Hi again listmembers, hi Robin :o)
Thanks for the answer alsa_out / alsa_in is a solution i really should
I thought there is - please tell me if this idea is wrong - something like
pulseaudio_in / pulseaudio_out
If every in/out pulseaudio is controlling would/could be routed over
jackd it would be a
I know, jackd is mainly thought for audio processing (-> ardour)
and that's the reason why i am her ..
PA is more like a mainstream audiosystem and its purpose is
giving control over audiostreams coming from applications (mediaplayers,
So, as i'm focused on recording and pulseaudio is "also installed, doing
its task well"
i'd like to connect them if it seems to be necessary (here : monitoring
speakers of internal SB)
So i try to ask my first question in another way :
What the hell is the purpose of "PulseAudio JACK Source" and
"PulseAudio JACK Sink" ?
Best regards and a sunny weekend
Am 11.03.2017 um 22:21 schrieb Robin Gareus:
> On 03/11/2017 09:59 PM, Harry wrote:
>> What i'm missing is a possibility to activate kind of a second monitoring device ..
>> I have an internal soundcard (=SB) and it's output-speakers shall do this for me
>> (i should mention the output should be routed via jackd).
> in short: keep jackd running as-is using the USB-soundcard. Then add the
> internal soundcard with alsa-out which comes with jackd.
> e.g. `alsa_out -d hw:0` (assuming the SB is device hw:0)
> (alternatively check out zita-ajbridge, which offers better resampling
> quality at lower CPU usage).
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