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Thread: JACK audio server / Realtime Kernel / Rosegarden

  1. #11

    Default Re: JACK audio server / Realtime Kernel / Rosegarden

    Hi gropiuskalle,
    thx for your reply. Yes I followed the instruction and inserted the lines

    Code:
    @audio   -  rtprio     99
    @audio   -  memlock    unlimited
    and added my user even to the audio group.

    The error message is gone but I still have no sound in rosegarden.
    And when I start the jack server other apps like amarok can not play sound anymore.

    Maybe it has something to do with pulseaudio?

  2. #12

    Default Re: JACK audio server / Realtime Kernel / Rosegarden

    I just tried to play some midi files with tmidity and it works.

    But still no sound in rosegarden.
    Do I have to configure some special jack connections or some extra settings in rosegarden?

    I already read so much documentation for installing jack and rosegarden, this is one of the most complicated stuff I've ever done under linux.

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    Default Re: JACK audio server / Realtime Kernel / Rosegarden

    Unfortunately I have little experience with Rosegarden; I'd recommend you sign up on the Linux Audio Users mailing list and post your question there; I never was into sequencing and MIDI so I never figured it out.

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