[linux-audio-user] Favorite way to use Jamin?
ardour at semiosix.com
Wed Dec 21 02:04:28 EST 2005
On Wed, 2005-12-21 at 00:48 -0500, Paul Winkler wrote:
> So far I've only played with Jamin by feeding it with Alsaplayer.
> Today I tried for the first time to use it on real work.
> I have 3 songs I've exported from ardour (0.99) in float 44.1kHz wav files.
> These files seem to be OK - I can load them into Audacity,
> play them with sox, etc. But my first thought - re-import the
> mixes into a new Ardour session, put them in sequence, and hook it up to
> Jack - failed with the problem I describe here:
> So, I thought, I'll just play them with alsaplayer -o jack. I have
> alsaplayer version 0.99.76. But when I do, alsaplayer loads the files
> without complaint (well, mostly; there's some messages like "short_mask
> = 0x6" on stdout...) ... the UI indicates that it's playing, and it says
> "sndfile supported format" -- but the output is silent! Could it be a
> problem with routing or mixer controls? Nope, I can hear any other file
> I load, but not these mixes. Weird.
> Hey, I know, I'll use Audacity! .... except... it doesn't support jack?
> Aargh. (version 1.2.1)
> Any other suggestions?
Somebody was saying they used ecasound to route the source files to
jamin, and then record the output from jamin.
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