[linux-audio-dev] mux concept paper

Paul Davis paul at linuxaudiosystems.com
Thu Feb 17 14:39:33 UTC 2005

>Just out of interest, if it is dependent on the audio hardware, why do I 
>get the same problems with different sounds cards on the same machine, 
>and a colleague gets them with completely different hardware all the 
>same. Any ideas what might be the reason? Anyone else with the same 

I don't know. I don't recall anyone ever having reported this kind of
noise, certainly not within the last year or two of JACK's
history. You are talking about a system that is just running jackd, no
clients, correct? What audio h/w are we talking about?

>Good to know, so I misread the jack spec in the first place because I 
>was expecting it to do what I wanted to do -- the many machines processor.

it *is* intended to connect multiple audio applications together, but
the design goals weren't based on each of those applications being on
the scale of a buzz machine, or a LADSPA/DSSI plugin. the idea was
that applications would host the ".dll level plugins", and JACK would
"host" the applications. and it does so rather well, from what we


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