[PlanetCCRMA] Can get jackd to run

David Slimp rock808@gmail.com
Sat Feb 18 14:14:01 2006


Once you get qjackctl and ardour running, then:
1) start a new project in ardour
2) add at least one track
3) open the "connections" window in qjackctl (you should see various
4) select the alsa output for where you have your signal from, drag it
to the aurdour input for that track
5) select the ardour master track outputs, drag each to an alsa input
that you have headphone/speakers hooked up to.
6) when looking at Ardour mixer window you should see levels. -- you
MAY have to play around with pressing the "R" on the track to prepare
for recording. you MAY have to go in to the Ardour options window and
UNselect "hardware monitoring". You may have to play with the "auto
input" button on the main screen too.

Good luck


On 2/18/06, rick parker <rickparkerz@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I did start Ardour with Realtime turned off, but I
> didn't really figure out how to get the signal from
> the inputs of the 1010 to the program.  I don't know
> if I have to do something in the patchbay part of jack
> or something, I get something like Inputs 1-10 when I
> click on the INPUT button on the mixer, but none of
> them seem to get any levels (although when I run
> envy24control I can see levels on the H/W IN meters.