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HowTO's / Re: JACK with pulseaudio and alsa_in
« Last post by violao on March 18, 2019, 06:53:31 AM »
Thanks for your response. I did a few tests and I can confirm that both alsa_in and zita clients connect successfully to JACK with pulseaudio (without alsa loopback). I have yet to test whether resampling works sufficiently good to avoid clock drift between different cards. I'll post the results here.

Thank you all for your responses so far.
Mislav
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HowTO's / Re: JACK with pulseaudio and alsa_in
« Last post by GMaq on March 17, 2019, 08:10:34 PM »
Hi,

If you are using JACK and the new default pajackconnect setup with AV Linux zita-ajbridge works here for me. I use it to take 44.1khz from my default sound card and output 48khz to my bluetooth transmitter..
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HowTO's / Re: JACK with pulseaudio and alsa_in
« Last post by violao on March 17, 2019, 06:21:09 PM »
Thanks for your response. I see that you mentioned zita-a2j, which is effectively the same as alsa_in. May I conclude that zita works with pulseaudio?
Thanks
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AV Linux / Re: lin vst server error
« Last post by chinface on March 17, 2019, 06:11:00 PM »
awesome thanks for the info, makes sense.


I'm just in the process of setting my computer up, and haven't actually done any recording etc so far, so if there was an update to linvst I might as well try it
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HowTO's / Re: JACK with pulseaudio and alsa_in
« Last post by korakios on March 16, 2019, 06:31:54 PM »
I am sorry but never used alsa_in utility and can't help :(
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HowTO's / Re: JACK with pulseaudio and alsa_in
« Last post by violao on March 16, 2019, 05:18:47 PM »
Thank you for your response. I'm sorry, but I see now that my question was not clear enough. I use multiple sound cards for multitrack recording (more than 2 channels). alsa_in utility successfully compensates for clock drift between different sound cards. Is there any way that this could be accomplished by pulseaudio?

Many thanks
Mislav
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HowTO's / Re: JACK with pulseaudio and alsa_in
« Last post by korakios on March 16, 2019, 04:52:53 PM »
Hi and welcome !
If you use 2 soundcards it's very easy . AVLinux has already the pulse2jack bridge, so use jack for your main soundcard and in pulseaudio settings select the secondary.
To tweak pulse latency check
http://bandshed.net/forum/index.php?topic=4073

If you need more than 2 soundcards check zita-a2j utility ;)

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HowTO's / JACK with pulseaudio and alsa_in
« Last post by violao on March 16, 2019, 11:35:52 AM »
Hi,

I've been using Avlinux 2016 with Jack and alsa_in with multiple soundcards successfully.  Recently I installed 2018 version for testing purposes and found that alsa loopback is replaced with pulseaudio. Is it possible to use alsa_in with this setup or I would need to replace pulseaudio with alsa loopback, or eventually revert to older Avlinux release?

Many thanks
Mislav
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AV Linux / Re: lin vst server error
« Last post by GMaq on March 16, 2019, 09:51:13 AM »
Hi,

The package I provided does work here, so it on it's own is most likely not the problem, in the meantime there has been another upgrade to linvst 2.4.2 which I am testing now..

The problem can be that wine doesn't run it's initial setup and config until it is called by the system for the first time... If the first time is during an initial LinVST plugin scan then there is too much going on at once, wine is trying to write it's config while LinVST's scanner is running, then it times out and fails, if the scan fails then the plugins are not shown as available..

On a side note if you are just using wine in AV Linux to run VST Plugins and WineASIO there is no reason at all to install the mono and gecko modules, especially if wine launches for the first time during a LinVST plugin scan.

I can understand that you may want to just leave things alone if they are working now, if you don't want to upgrade at this point it is possible to get the linvstconverttree application and run it by itself without upgrading if you want..
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AV Linux / Re: lin vst server error
« Last post by chinface on March 16, 2019, 01:07:19 AM »
I had done a fresh install, and installed the linvst deb package first before trying, and that's when it gave me the error message

I have just done a fresh reinstall now and tried it without installing the linvstconverttree deb package.

this time, I loaded ardour and while scanning for vsts, it gave me the error (while downloading wine mono) - however this time the plugins showed up, and when scanning in reaper, it all went fine

so  I guess the issue is the linvstconverttree package somehow?

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