I’ve been struggling for a while to get MIDI to work properly in Ardour—i.e. in a way that didn’t involve hand drawing of MIDI notes. Since what was stopping me was of the “is the computer plugged into an outlet” variety of problem, I thought I’d say what I fixed here.
The basic problem was that I couldn’t get any MIDI controller to register a note in Ardour. I could (I thought) hook up the connections correctly in JACK (and I was in fact doing it correctly), but no matter what I did, I couldn’t get my inputs to be reflected in Ardour when I tried to record. More annoyingly, it had worked in the beginning when I first set Ardour up. Read the rest of this entry »
A really brief note on how to fix a problem with
qjackctl not starting jackd. If you don’t understand this, then it isn’t relevant for you.
The problem: QJackCtl can’t start the JACK server
Was having trouble with QJackctl (a daemon for running Jack, connection software required for media production software within Ubuntu):
D-BUS: JACK server could not be started. Read the rest of this entry »