[linux-audio-user] Saving LADSPA FX chains in Ardour
david at haggett.demon.co.uk
Fri Mar 31 03:22:30 EST 2006
On Monday 27 March 2006 21:47, Lee Revell wrote:
> On Mon, 2006-03-27 at 09:17 +0100, David Haggett wrote:
> > Thanks for the answer, Brian. Unfortunately, having tried this I found
> > Jack-Rack to be a bit resource hungry and I got a few XRUNs even before I
> > started recording. I tried both using jack-rack as the track input and
> > as an insert, and the result was about the same.
> It should be impossible for Jack-Rack to cause xruns - this would be the
> fault of the plugins you have loaded. Did you load any that are
> described as non-RT safe? What kernel are you using?
I might have to take back my comment. I opened up jack-rack to see which
plugins I was using, and try as I might, I wasn't able to duplicate either
the high CPU utilisation, or the XRuns. A bit later on, the problem came
I've also discovered that some of the plugins I've been using don't appear to
work for me today. I think I might have broken something, but don't have
time to dig deeper at the moment. I'll look again when I get back off
For the record, I'm using 188.8.131.52-21.10 from SUSE 9.3 (which has the desktop
and bootsplash patches among others) patched and recompiled with realtime-lsm
Thanks for your interest.
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