[Ardour-Users] Ardour using a bluetooth headset
gunter at peterpall.de
Wed Jan 17 10:15:10 PST 2018
My diagnosis, too, would be that I was using Pulseaudio all that time.
But... ...did I understand this right? Jack might be possibly able to work with my a2dp headset?
Am 17. Januar 2018 19:12:21 MEZ schrieb David Kastrup <dak at gnu.org>:
>"Chris Caudle" <chris at chriscaudle.org> writes:
>> On Wed, January 17, 2018 1:40 am, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>>> On Tue, 16 Jan 2018 15:31:15 -0600, Chris Caudle wrote:
>>>>I thought Ardour could use any ALSA device which could run at the
>>>>project sample rate.
>>> No, it can not! It e.g. requires jack when using a HDSPe AIO
>> I think all the problems you have described trying to use HDSPe AIO
>> indicate that the driver for that device is not fully operating for
>> some reason. You have found problems that do not seem to be present
>> with any other fully operating device.
>The Tascam US-122L uses the (basically undocumented) ALSA usbstream
>plugin. While you can in theory use arecord and aplay with it, the
>parameters it needs (format, buffer sizes and so on) are so very
>specialized that it's close to impossible to specify everything those
>programs need to get the device working, and if you get them to
>take up work, it's practically impossible without xruns.
>jackd gets along with it. So that is an ALSA device I found pretty
>impossible to use without Jack (at least for PCM: Midi is
>inconspicuous). The driver/plugin seems to have gotten just the
>attention needed to make it work with Jack.
>No idea whether the HDSPe AIO situation is comparable.
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