I just updated my pisound to stretch [finally] and i built Supercollider 3.9 from source
When i run SuperCollider it emits sound from the Headphone mini output
How do i direct it to come out of pisound?
Pd is working perfectly @ 96Khz from Pisound so i would love to test SC3.9 this way too
It seems like Jack is grabbing it and sending it out System but system seems to b the default Änalog out
@Giedrius can you also suggest the best values for -n and -p? On some USB interfaces you have to use odd number of periods so your latency is aligned to 1 millisecond. Does pisound have any similar quirks?
Hey, we used -p 256 -n 2 for MODEP image. There’s no special alignment requirements from our side. I think you should find the smallest values that still provide stable playback and recording for your use cases, it depends on the complexity of the audio processing.
Yes, you can and i do – installing the Pisound does not mean you have to disable the onboard sound
i use the onbaord when i am sampling from the Web and running the output into pisound for fun results
I just use an 1/8th inch cable to 1/4 inch for Pisound/Pd/Sc3 input and it works dreamy
I have some scripts for MIDI things, which didn’t work right out and realized the Jack sever didn’t save my MIDI patch bay settings, I have to disconnect all on patch bay and reconnect accordingly every time I turn on the Pisound.
How to save the patch bay settings on Jack Server? All I wanted is MIDI din-5 IN to SC, and SC to MIDI din-5 OUT.