qjackctl

User interface for controlling the JACK sound server
  http://qjackctl.sourceforge.net
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Qjackctl offers a user interface for controlling the JACK sound server daemon. At the same time it figures as a JACK patch bay and monitoring tool.
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malrubius 3 years ago

1. In Synaptic, install jack, jackd, qsynth and qjackctl; 2. In Qsynth, click Setup -> Soundfonts -> Open and add the sf2 file in /usr/share/sounds/sf2 (In my install, it was TimGM6mb.sf2); Click 'Yes' to restart the engine; 3. Plug in your USB midi controller; 4. Open Qjackctl, click Connect; Select the ALSA tab, drag your midi controller to FluidSynth; Then I was able to play music

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sinihisi 5 years ago

whithout this audio progamming is nothing

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Edmund 6 years ago

errors and more errors with no usefull info how to fix

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Ed_Hunter 6 years ago

Awful. Wait for linux-ASIO.

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MattOne 7 years ago

Neat interface for overviewing audio connections.

5
vonvalley 8 years ago

a must for audio production

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Spacey 8 years ago

I've had some glitches with it in the past, but it's really necessary for my broadcasting needs, and for the most part it gets the job done.

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farnaby 9 years ago

The heart of every linux audio studio.