Christian christian08 at
Thu Oct 30 19:03:02 UTC 2008

Hi Janina,
Many thanks for your reply.
I currently have only one sound device on my system. Another question, how do you select different tracks when you have recorded let's say four tracks?
Also, have you tried a reverb called Jconv?
Best regards,

On 2008-10-30 at 13:31 Janina Sajka wrote:

>Hi, Christian:
>It does appear that Ardour would be usable with Orca. I have looked
>through the menus, as has Frank Carmickle. We're both of the opinion
>that it's usable. I don't believe either of us has yet created a project
>with Ardour, let alone concluded one.
>To get jack working you probably need a second audio device. In other
>words, you should probably not try to use jack on the same audio device
>that you're using for speech. At least my attempts to do so have crashed
>quite thoroughly--maybe you're experience will be different.
>So, once you have a second device, simply start jackd on that device.
>The jackd help is pretty sufficient, I think.
>Christian writes:
>> Hi all,
>> Has anyone used Ardour successfully?
>> I want to try this multi track recording program out. I also need to
>find out how to get Jack to work. Any tips would be apreciated, many
>> Christian
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