JACK is a low-latency sound server, allowing multiple applications to connect to one audio device, and to share audio between themselves. Many Professional-grade programs (such as Hydrogen and Ardour) on Ubuntu utilize JACK for maximum hardware compatibility and performance.
I installed JACK and DJPlay on Ubuntu 10.10, they seem to launch and connect fine. Then I open audio files in DJPlay, and start playing them, the oscilloscopes start moving. But no sound comes out. ...
how to setup jack sound server for any music program ?
I would like to use Ubuntu as my main operating system but I get too many xruns when I run jack. I tried several solutions I found online but I could not solve the problem. I am very happy with the ...
I want to run pulseaudio from startup to deal with system sounds etc and be able to run jack from qjackctl for use with audio applications (LMMS, ardour, rosegarden etc) I'm having issues when i start ...