[LAU] using Jack an interface to ecasound

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Tue Jan 17 15:22:34 UTC 2017


> On 17 Jan 2017, at 10:23, Jeanette C. <julien at mail.uni-paderborn.de> wrote:
> Jan 17 2017, john gibby has written:
>>> When qjackctl brings up the jack server, the buffer size gets overridden to 1024
> it appears that your soundcard is the problem.

wait a minute ....

assuming jack should already run, when starting qjackctl, nothing should change.

If you use QjackCtl to start jack, then take a look at the settings dialog provided by QjackCtl. Set up the wanted frames value, then stop jack and after that start it again. QjackCtl provides buttons to stop and start it.

Mention what version of QjackCtl you are using, unfortunately the GUI was redesigned.
Also take a look at the settings, does it start jackd or jackdbus?

What version of Jack are you using?

I suspect that it's not an issue with the audio interface, but a user error.


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