On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 11:11 AM, Stefan Hellkvist <stefan(a)stagecast.se>
Radium only has a Jack backend. If jack
stops working on MacOS I will
certainly look into it, but I haven't noticed jack not working on any
of MacOS (including high sierra), and I haven't heard any user compaining
about Jack not working on OSX before now.
Stefan, can you try to install Jack included with Radium instead of using
I tried this version. It seems to be the same as on the jack…org/download
Yes, it seems so. The download links on jackaudio.org
have been more
conservative than the included version of Jack in Radium, so I always link
to Radium instead to make sure it's the latest version.
It seems to work as far as your use case is concerned
(started your radium
and it seems to connect to that jack server). The ltc-tools (with jltcdump
as I mentioned in another mail in this thread). Does not seem to be
compatible with this version of jack though. I get the same “failed to
connect errors” as before.
unknown option character l
connect(2) call to jackdmp 1.9.11/jack-502/default/jack_0 failed (err=No
such file or directory)
So, it seems like Jack2 works in some ways (as in your use case) but
perhaps that the tools that link to its dynamic libraries are not always
fully compatible. Or that the programming interface between jack1 and jack2
has changed over time, I don’t know.
I guess you have to recompile jltcdump. Seems like it's not been compiled
with an ABI-compatible version of jack.