[linux-audio-user] Just JAMin
perodog at gmx.net
Wed Dec 20 19:57:24 EST 2006
> I'm trying to use JAMin to see what it can bring to a mix. There's
> a problem when I start Ardour to record the JAMin mix.
> Here's what I do.
> I play the .wav tune (exported from Ardour where it was recorded)
> using Rezound. I start JAMin, I disconnect the Rezound outputs from
> alsa_pcm and connect them to JAMin's input. Then I connect JAMin's
> outputs to alsa_pcm (all using qjackctl).
> So I play the tune and adjust stuff in JAMin while listening to the
> Now I start Ardour to record the mix. I create a new session and
> add a stereo track. As soon as the stereo track is added the sound
> becomes ugly and boomy. I look at qjackctl and see there's a ton of
> new connections made by Ardour. I try to do a 'disconnect all' but
> all the ardour connections are staying there.
this is anormal, i am using ardour and jamin just that way you are
describing but i can´t report that behavior.
> Is there an easier way to record a JAMin mix than by using Ardour ?
sure, you can use any other recording tool like jack_capture,
timemachine, qarecord ...
i think there are lot of them.
> Or, is there another way to use JAMin to modify the final mix of a
> tune originally recorded in Ardour ?
i think you do have to "re-record".
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