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Basic Functions: It automatically tries to detect audio hardware and lets the user choose subdevices for input and output from a drop-down list as well as common options for the sound server. QjackCtl then uses these selections to build and execute the right command-line for jackd.
Further References: Without the graphical help of QjackCtl it would be pretty hard to find the right parameters for jackd - and there are quite some (translated from )
Here are some links to help you working with Jack and QjackCtl:
- LINUXUSER article by Dave Phillips "Knowing Jack"
- LINUXJOURNAL article by Dave Phillips on the transport control capabilities of Jack
- How to configure Jack in Ubuntu Studio
- 64studio Quickstart Jack
- 64studio Manual Jack
- How to use the Patchbay in QjackCtl
- How to use the QjackCtl connections window
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