[linux-audio-user] Re: Two soundcards with JACK
M P Smoak
smoak at mis.net
Sat Aug 5 12:24:41 EDT 2006
On Saturday 05 August 2006 07:48, torbenh at gmx.de wrote:
> > > I did search on google for jack-diplomat, I ask here since I did
> > > not find anything useful except for a German wikipage with a dead
> > > link.
> > Apparently can be found at:
> > http://spark.woaf.net/jack_diplomat-0.70.tar.bz2
> > (found link here:
> > http://www.archivesat.com/JACK_developers/thread771821.htm)
> > -- Fernando
> > > Is using one instance of jackd implying jack everything must be
> > > synced? If that is the case is using several instances of jack
> > > probably better even if there is some way around it syncing with
> > > jacknet.
> > >
> > > Is jacknet netjack?
> yes. and the program name is alsa_out or alsa_in
> if you are not satisfied with the latency of alsa_[in|out] then
> get back at me, and i explain, how to improve the latency.
> alsa_[in|out] are the best solutions currently available to your
> we are talking sub ms here.
Is there a man page or other documentation that explains for a linux
novice how to use the programs? Also is there project page? If I've
missed it, I'm sorry; been too busy lately ...
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