[chuck-users] WvOut sample size (????????? ????????)
jwmatthys at gmail.com
Mon Jan 26 14:54:44 EST 2015
You can compile ChucK with 'make linux-pulse' to use the PulseAudio
server. That will allow you to use other audio applications at the same
You are right that jackd is not as easy to work with as alsa, but it is
very useful when you want to send sound from one application to another.
It is powerful in the right situation.
On 01/26/2015 07:03 AM, јеромонах Виталије wrote:
> Thank you Michael Heuer, for your reply. I have already installed
> jackd and QJackCtl, but I am not so happy with it. It is much easer to
> work with ChucK compiled to use alsa and just start one single program
> (* chuck) than to wary about starting jackd, controlling it... Very
> likely I am missing something about jack but I have never made it to
> work smoothly. There were always some troubles with applications that
> utilize sound card when I run jack server, so I gave up.
> On the other hand, I don't understand why ChucK can not use sound card
> as any other application on my computer. For example: command line mp3
> player mpg321 can play a mp3-file simultaneously with other programs.
> I can start several mpg321 commands from terminal and there will be no
> complains about hardware device being used. The same is with other
> audio/video players on my computer. None of them requires exclusively
> access to sound card hardware, and they all can cooperate smoothly. I
> would like very much if ChucK could do so.
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