Choppy midi audio

  • minghio
Posted: Tue, 04/29/2008 - 20:38
Hi to everyone. I'm new to 64 Studio and I find it very nice. However I've a problem with midi audio using zynaddsubfx or qsynth because with these applications I heard choppy audio. I've not xruns in Jack. What should I try? Thanks

hi minghio

  • skullnotions
  • 09/29/07
  • Fri, 05/02/2008 - 13:53
Glad to hear you got sorted. Freebob drivers M-Audio Firewire Solo I have no experience of this setup, but I have been browsing since yesterday to learn a bit. googled: Freebob drivers M-Audio Firewire Solo googled: M-Audio Firewire Solo linux It looks like a nice setup for guitarists. These are the checks I use to get some information. (not sure about Firewire)? $ lspci | grep -i audio $ cat /proc/asound/modules $ cat /proc/asound/devices $ lsmod | grep snd The last one should show which snd modules are loading at boot. and this is the first settings I check if I see problems. edit /etc/security/limits.conf * gives all users access to sound. add these lines to the end of the file. * - rtprio 99 * - nice -10 * - memlock 4000000 As I said at the start this is new to me, It would be nice to know "how" you fixed the problem. 64studio is amazing. dave edit:: Fireware and qjackctl, Click the Setup button. >> Periods/Buffer set to 3 >> Driver freebob (this can be listed as "ffado" in up to date distros) >> Interface The first soundcard in your system is called [hw:0]. Select the "correct" hardware from the drop down list. Ref: Daniel James article linuxformat magazine issue 102. dave.

I've done all the upgrade

  • minghio
  • 04/23/08
  • Fri, 05/02/2008 - 07:29
I've done all the upgrade and I've resolved the problem. Thanks, I really like this distro.

I use Freebob drivers, I've

  • minghio
  • 04/23/08
  • Tue, 04/29/2008 - 20:40
I use Freebob drivers, I've a M-Audio Firewire Solo