[usersUbuntuStudio] Jack lags...

Robert Klaar nim.batu at gmail.com
Sat Mar 7 13:05:48 GMT 2009

Update, so after a nights configuring I think I know wherein the problem
lies. :), I added Jack to the tray and now, when I start it, it gets
completely red. I checked this up and supposedly it has to do with xruns(?).
I also noticed that it helps changing the frames/period setting, but only to
a degree(even at highest it's no good). I see now that this is not strange
at all since it's the xruns that are causing it to slow down in the first
place... Now all I have to figure out is why the xruns are being sent. Also
I noticed something when starting alsamixer, I only have the masterbar.

On Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 10:21 PM, Robert Klaar <nim.batu at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi there again!
> Been configuring audio now for the most of my friday-evening, everything
> works fine except it doesn't :(. Pulseaudio works, mediaplayers routing to
> pulseaudio too, but things like Ardour, Hydrogen, everything Jack-based
> doesn't. It lags when I try to use any samples and everything that's not
> working can in one way or another be related to Jack. When I started up a
> new project in Ardour, a notice came up stating that I had locked my memory
> or something, I looked up how to unlock this and now the notice is gone but
> nothing has changed with how it sounds, allthought it seemed reasonable(I'm
> sitting on a dual core 2.3 ghz with a ram of 3 g so I find it hard to think
> anything's wrong with the hardware per sey), I also checked with system
> monitor and it is hardly working it would seem when running jack. Also Jack
> shows, in the Jack-ctrl window something like 1(249), "249 is increasing",
> don't know if this is normal or not since I'm new to the whole thing. Anyone
> care to take a guess?... so that I might go out and get oen or two beers at
> least this friday evening :)...
> //paco
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