audacity and jack

Jesus Arocho jesus_arocho at
Tue Jan 1 12:52:44 GMT 2008

That's what I ended up with.  I record the LP records, turn off jack, open 
audacity and process the waveforms.  Just seems a lot of work for what would 
seem a basic audio workflow.  But still, I am way ahead of the game when 
compared with the MS alternatives. :)


On Monday 31 December 2007 21:43:20 D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> On Monday 31 December 2007, Jesus Arocho wrote:
> > Ok.  I wanted to use audacity for its plugins, specifically click
> > removal. I have searched but have not found how to do it in ardour.
> Interesting.  I had a look at it, and "Click removal" and a bunch of other
> things were grayed out.  Anyway, it looks like those are probably builtin
> functions, instead of plugin based (I'd have to get and look at the source
> to be sure, so let's just go with my guess) so you probably really do need
> to run Audacity to use that.  (Or find another way with some LADSPA plugin
> in a JACK-friendly wave editor like reZound or mhwaveedit.)
> Audacity not using JACK probably doesn't matter so much for this purpose
> anyway, since you're not wanting to do anything in realtime.  Just stop
> JACK temporarily, then start it back up when needed.  Might I suggest that
> QJackCtl makes this very easy, if you're not already using it.
> --
> D. Michael McIntyre

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