[LAU] jack/alsa/libfreebob with Phase X24
steelside at gmail.com
Thu Feb 21 11:01:55 EST 2008
So there's not really any way to trick/force alsa into going through jack
(or freebob)? Or is there something like that in production?
On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 3:10 PM, Pieter Palmers <pieterp at joow.be> wrote:
> Steel Side wrote:
> > Wow, great! It works!
> > here's the jack_lsp anyway:
> > [daniel at dyx ~]$ jack_lsp
> > JACK tmpdir identified as [/dev/shm]
> > Enhanced3DNow! detected
> > SSE2 detected
> > freebob_pcm:dev1c_Line_1/2 left PHASE X24 FW
> > freebob_pcm:dev1c_Line_1/2 right PHASE X24 FW
> > freebob_pcm:dev1c_SPDIF left PHASE X24 FW
> > freebob_pcm:dev1c_SPDIF right PHASE X24 FW
> > freebob_pcm:dev1p_Multichannel 1 PHASE X24 FW
> > freebob_pcm:dev1p_Multichannel 2 PHASE X24 FW
> > freebob_pcm:dev1p_Multichannel 3 PHASE X24 FW
> > freebob_pcm:dev1p_Multichannel 4 PHASE X24 FW
> > Now, as this works, i want to progress. Is there anyway i can make
> > everything go out standard through my fw card?
> > And the no application at all as in -> i only had hydrogen, mplayer and
> > totem to test with atm, and none of them wanted to send it to my fw card
> > (well, totem and mplayer has not been so kind to even include a jack
> > option, and the alsa one did not send through my fw card.)
> > What i basically want is equal or better performance than what i had on
> > windows (which, judging from jack and hydrogen, sure is possible for the
> > more advanced applications at least), but a vital point would be that i
> > could have every application go through my fw card, instead of the
> > builtin one.
> At the moment you can only use jack-enabled applications.
> > Grateful for your help,
> > yours,
> > Daniel
> > On Tue, Feb 19, 2008 at 9:41 PM, Pieter Palmers <pieterp at joow.be
> > <mailto:pieterp at joow.be>> wrote:
> > Steel Side wrote:
> > > Heya, been looking for some days now for a fix to my problem - no
> > > application wants to output to my phase x24 fw soundcard.
> > > When i posted about it is was linked to this mailing list :)
> > do you mean "no application at all" or is it a more limited set (e.g
> > hydrogen only)?
> > ...
> > >
> > > From that i think it looks OK(but then I'm new to this), (except
> > > the warnings, i don't know where they are from, and google
> > > enlighten me)
> > The warnings are not important.
> > what does "jack_lsp" return?
> > >
> > > However, when starting hydrogen i get this up my face (when i
> > > JACK as output driver):
> > > Error starting audio driver
> > > Jack driver: cannot connect output port.
> > I suspect that this is an autoconnect issue. It's not really a
> > jack/freebob issue, but is misbehavior of the application.
> > In case of hydrogen, try the following:
> > * click away the error dialogs
> > * go to file->preferences
> > * go to the "Audio System" tab
> > * unselect the "Connect to default output..." checkbox
> > * press ok
> > * restart hydrogen
> > Now go to qjackctl and manually connect the hydrogen ports to the
> > soundcard ports.
> > This should work.
> > ....
> > >
> > > Sorry if this message is bloated, but i believe in more
> > information than
> > > too little.
> > That's a respected attitude around here.
> > Greets,
> > Pieter
> > --
> > //Cincerly SteelSide
> > //Mvh Daniel
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