Hi all -
I hope I'm in the right place. I've tried a few different forums and
message boards now with no response.
I am attempting to run an AudioInjector Octo (a simple 8-channel audio
hardware card attached to the GPIO) on a Raspberry Pi 4, running the
Raspberry Lite OS.
My understanding is that ALSA manages AudioInjector - but that I also need
jackd to send audio from my software (SuperCollider) to ALSA.
While ALSA seems to read the AudioInjector without trouble, I seemingly
cannot get jackd to boot. I am new to all of this, so there may be many
things I have not yet tried.
Namely, the following line of code causes my terminal prompt to freeze:
jackd -d alsa -r 44100 -P hw:2
Any pointers would be a great help. Thanks!