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yesterday I did my first real recording with Ardour and seq24.
I need to set jackd to a buffer of 1024 samples in order to avoid xruns.
However, when I do not run seq24, I can go down to 256 samples without
But that's not the issue. The issue is: Notes from seq24 are too early.
(I have an external sampler connected to an M-Audio Midi Sport Uno
seq24 is sync'ed with jackd and Ardour is the time master. All notes
come in before the click. This is especially annoying when I want to
record some audio to the not yet recorded drum track (which I have in
After recording I can manually move the track, but that's not as
intended. I can't plan the entire drum track ahead without knowing how
the piece will go.
Is there a way to delay the output of seq24? Furthermore, is there a way
to have this adjusted automatically?
I'm using realtime-lsm, Kernel 22.214.171.124 on Gentoo, Ardour 0.9.33, jackd
0.100.7, seq24 0.8.7 and an RME Hammerfall Digi 9636 soundcard.
Any hints are welcome, the recording isn't finished yet! ;-))
Me & Myself & All The Rest: http://www.drni.de/
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"I'd rather fight than switch!"
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