(Sorry this question has already been discussed but the search function in the archive of the list does not work)
Is anyone working on the problem of getting Jack up and running on MacOS again? I installed Jack with brew but I get these “could not handle external client request” errors which seems to be old problems from looking at search results and GitHub discussions - problems introduced when MacOS audio architecture was changed a while back. Is there any progress on these matters? Is someone working on it? I need Jack as it is a dependency to another library I would like to use but I realize that I might have to abandon MacOS as a platform in the process.
I am ditching my windows audio production workstation and need to get
the Linux software under my belt. Cant work with the crashorama and
closed nature of windows anymore. It bytes always in the end.
I therefore have to master Jack asap as it is crucial to the software I
will use (Mixbus by Harrison).
1) Please suggest a Linux distro that you have found works best with the
current newest Jack release
2) Please give me the best known in-depth tutorial on Jack that will get
me up and running.
3) Please suggest the best to your experience visual connection
interface application that works with jack, e.g. qjackctl etc etc.
I just got the recent drivers for my audio card from Realtek and when I put
then into Jackport Audio I get the following error message:
Expression: framesToProcess != 0
Jack main caught signal 22
For some reason the audio device: *ASIO::Realtek ASIO* does this.
Is there software that someone could recommend that would provide a
visual indicator of clipping occuring in a jack stream? Extra points
if the visual indicator remains set until manually reset. Double extra
points if the program can run inside a (linux) command-line
If there's nothing out there (yet), I'm going to have to try to add
something to jack_meter...