alexoest wrote:Thanks. That looks very useful. I tried it out, but ran in to some issues. Some of them are undoubtedly newbie questions that I ought to have figured out by myself, but I believe they give a good insight into the novice user's frustrations, so here goes.
Is it all JACK2? And if so, when I install it on UbuntuStudio, don't things get confused when I activate for example QjackCtl which - I assume - is still JACK"1".
I fiddled around with Catia a bit and went from not having sound from LMMS to not having sound at all. I might have removed a connection by accident. Does anyone have an idea what would be missing. Plus, is there a good tutorial somewhere that'll teach me how to distinguish and connect ALSA and PulseAudio and System in the patchbay and to find out what among the many units that I see is my headphone plug on the side of the laptop. I got the hang of it in the old days with JACK, but this is JACK2, right, so some things must be different.
Plus, when starting Catia, I get an "Invalid JACK Buffer Size requested" message. Where should I correct the buffer size, and what should I correct it to?
alexoest wrote:Thanks for the explanations. This looks really useful, and I look forward to exploring these tools.
A windows version of Catia might be a godsend to many audio frustrated windows 7 users. I for one would try it out.
An introduction video would be useful. A tutorial on how to get your MIDI over USB piano type keyboard to work with a software synthesizer and deliver sound via the physical line-out jack might help many confused users (at least me).
Thanks for making these great tools! And for being so helpful.
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