On 30-10-11 14:50, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
On 10/30/2011 01:23 PM, Dave Stikkolorum wrote:
cat /proc/asound/card*/codec* | grep -i codec
Codec: Analog Devices AD1984A
Codec: LSI ID 1040
Thanks! That's already a bit of an older onboard soundcard, I am not
sure how it performs when using JACK. I've come accross these AD
devices at work and if I recall correctly it doesn't do a great job.
You could try raising the sample rate to 48000. And are you using
Jack1 or Jack2? You can find that out with the terminal command jackd
--version If you're using Jack2 (so jackd version 1.9.x) you might
want to try adding the -S option to the Server Path line so that it
reads /usr/bin/jackd -S
I have jack 1.9.7
if I increase to 48000 qjackctl gives 42.7 ms. (21.3 when using 512/period)
how would i see the improvement with /usr/bin/jackd -S ?
it doesn't change the expected latency in qjackctl when I do that.
One of the annoying things is the delay between the midi keyboard
and the actual sound. I guess it has to do with the one we are tuning
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