[PD] audacity and PD problems with Jack

Derek Holzer derek at umatic.nl
Sun Apr 13 16:17:58 CEST 2008

Audacity is really lame with Jack. It's [retty lame in general, 
actually, but unless something changed recently, the fact that it has no 
native Jack support is pretty bad...

I second Andy's vote for Timemachine. Only problem with Timemachine is 
that you get a directory full of timecoded recordings that you might 
have to rename into something memorable later.

I use Rezound for editing as well, but it's not a good Jack client so 
the recording capability isn;t useful. But for destructive editing it's 
the best.


Andy Farnell wrote:
> Timemachine is a really cool utility.
> On Sun, 13 Apr 2008 10:46:14 +0200
> altern <altern2 at gmail.com> wrote:

>> Could anyone suggest some basic sound recorder that works with jack? I 
>> just need to record the jack output, no need for multitrack or editing, 
>> just be able to select the sound format, frequency and amplitude maybe.
>> There are some I saw searching with synaptics but I thought maybe 
>> someone here has some suggestion.
>> thanks
>> enrike
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