On Sun, Feb 15, 2015 at 4:02 PM, Diogo Campos (gmail)
That said, the fact is that, right now, in Fedora 21 Workstation, is
frustrating to open (for example) Ardour and watch the whole thing dependent
on PulseAudio go mute, and JACK initialize with (serious?)
[ERROR]: JACK: Cannot use real-time scheduling (RR/15)(1: Operação não
[ERROR]: JACK: JackClient::AcquireSelfRealTime error
So, the thing is: there would be a way to make JACK and PulseAudio work
together out-of-the-box in Fedora Workstation 22+?
Of course, I am suggesting this because I really think that an audio
producer (beginner, amateur or professional) isn't interested in dealing
with sound systems, sound servers, packages, config files and technical
documentation just to make their audio tools work (well).
What do you think? There is interest? Is worth the work? Any ideas? Am I
If the Ardour package doesn't work out of the box, I think the place
to start is filing a bug (or bugs) against it.
The places to start learning about Ardour in Fedora are:
(There are two versions of Ardour in Fedora, it seems).
I'm no expert on PulseAudio (my only advice is that in Xfce, you MUST
), and I
know nothing about Jack, but I bet there are plenty of Fedora users
out there who have experience and tips to share on Ardour.