[linux-audio-user] Jack problem: crackling sound
marc_contrib at ramonvinyes.es
Fri Mar 25 16:44:11 EST 2005
I had also this problem and I discovered it was a jackd bug. I think
it's not a problem of anything else. I can reproduce it with a powerful
machine only playing a song with xmms connected to jack.
if you want to hear what I listen:
(maybe we've got different problems)
I wrote to the jackd devel list and they told me that I could solve it
switching to 48k (instead of the 44k I used).
I did it and the problem disappeared. But they were quite sceptical
about solving the problem with 44k...
First we though it was an audigy issue and they told me that even the
best drivers of the audigy for windows (I can't remember the name but it
starts with k...), have the 44k option as experimental...
However then sbdy reported the same problem with another card...
Talk to the guys of the jack devel list. I think we should try to solve
this issue or *at least warn the users* (maybe with a jackd comment)
that 44k won't work... don't you think?
En/na Kevin Ernste ha escrit:
>I'm not sure this is just an Audigy issue.
>I see/hear this issue all the time lately with my HDSP multiface and
>on another machine at school with a Delta 1010. I would describe it
>as more of a comb-filtered sound but as Julien mentioned it does not
>show up in a recording. JACK itself seems to be feeding the audio
>just fine internally, but the alsa outputs are monitoring these
>artifacts/coloring. Reseting the server clears it.
>It often happens when I connect or disconnect a client, but it can
>also simply appear when connected for longer stretches. When this
>happens the JACK session shows no xruns and it doesn't seem/sound
>related to sampling rate or even system load. I can be playing a
>stereo file with ecasound or feeding a complex mulitchannel Ardour
>session though JAMin...and it happens on a PIII I have at home and the
>Athlon 64 with 2GB RAM at school (both highly tuned PlanetCCRMA
>On Fri, 25 Mar 2005 13:37:19 -0500, Lee Revell <rlrevell at joe-job.com> wrote:
>>On Fri, 2005-03-25 at 17:11 +0200, Esa Linna wrote:
>>>Any suggestions & tips worth to try? Thanks.
>>You are running at 48Khz and not 44.1, right?
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