[linux-audio-user] Re: Jack-asio (was Help setting up linux for high quality music listening via JACK)

David Baron d_baron at 012.net.il
Thu Jun 29 08:35:19 EDT 2006

On Thursday 29 June 2006 02:02, linux-audio-user-request at music.columbia.edu 
> > > After doing some searching on google I have found that versions
> > >  of JACK 0.80 and under supported ASIO, but it was removed in later
> > >  versions
> >
> > I was thinking of trying to write such a thing but do not understand
> > Steinberg's code well enough. It is "non-free" which I guess is why it
> > was taken out. I want it back :-)
> I don't think JACK's "ASIO mode" did what you think it did.  It was just
> a different method of buffer handling.
> JACK is to Linux what ASIO is to Windows.  JACK already provides the
> lowest latency/highest quality that the hardware can deliver.
> David:  What problem are you trying to solve?

Just like fst lets me run with a dll name and get jack clients for a vst 
plugin, I would like to cite a windows asio driver name and get jack clients 
for this card. Legacy hardware with no alsa support. May or may not be 
possible depending upon the asio vs directX mode of the windows driver.

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