Hi Jonathan, thank you very much. What I need to do is relatively simple, I think. I need to do a program that allows you to monitor your voice on your headphones without latency, and which is compatible with different devices, i.e., mac, windows, and android. Currently I do this using qjackCtl on my mac and it works fine, but on a windows machine I have I get latency. So I would like to learn how to handle jack from the command line to see if I'm able to create a program which is user friendly, to implement this on different devices.

Thank you for your help, I will search for information with the resources you gave me.

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From: Jonathan Woithe <jwoithe@just42.net>
To: Rodrigo Yanez <rypptc@gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [Jackaudio] Hi, I'm new to JackAudio
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Hi Rodrigo

On Thu, Dec 08, 2022 at 07:51:53PM -0300, Rodrigo Yanez wrote:
> I'm new to this mailing list and I don't know how to view previous mails
> to check if what I'm going to ask is already on the mailing list.

You can access an archive of previous posts at


Admittedly this is not directly searchable.

> I would like to learn how to use JackAudio from the command line.  I would
> appreciate if you could let me know if there is a tutorial to familiarize
> myself with JackAudio commands.

You may like to start with the FAQs at


along with the rest of the information available from


The wiki[1] linked from the above page may also be useful.

It is difficult to be specific without knowing what you wish to do and the
hardware platform and operating system you will be using.


[1] https://github.com/jackaudio/jackaudio.github.com/wiki


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