OvenWerkswonko: 3 hours and 30 minutes at 128 frames (64 for zita which I should change) zero xruns. I was running at 64, but I think that puts zita at 32 and my extra usb device would not start that low.01:45
wonkoI'm just going to accept the fact I'll never get that. :)01:49
wonkoAlso, I'm more interested in getting jackd not crashing. :)01:50
* OvenWerks wishes he knew why...02:16
wonkoI'm willing to ignore it until next week after I've pulled the webcam out and replaced it with a mic wired directly into the KA6. Less nonsense going on then.02:28
wonkoI do need to find a mic stand though.02:28
wonkonot sure what I want to do about that02:29
OvenWerkswonko: In my local dollar store I found "goose neck" like cell phone holder. It has a spring clamp at each end, one for a table top (shelf here) and the other for the cell phone... it seems to hold my mic just fine. No good for standup use and it has to be near my desk... though I would guess there are other thing I could hook it to.02:46
OvenWerksI do have real mic stands for standup use, I git this to keep this mic close to the computer (where it can pick up fan noise) for test purposes more than anything.02:47
wonkoYeah, I'm thinking something like that or some sort of small one that sits on the desk or one of those sprung ones and have it over the monitors.03:10
wonkoSomething like that03:12
Tode_IHey all, I've got 18.10 on my laptop and apparently that's out of support - I'm happy to upgrade to 19.04, but do I just use the standard Ubuntu upgrade app, or is there a special method to get updates specific to UbStu?14:05
tomreyn!eolupgrade | Tode_I: i have no ubuntu studio specific knowledge, but generall i'd say: if the standard upgrade app still works for it, use it. otherwise, edit sources.list as discussed here14:12
ubottuTode_I: i have no ubuntu studio specific knowledge, but generall i'd say: if the standard upgrade app still works for it, use it. otherwise, edit sources.list as discussed here: End-Of-Life is when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOL for more info. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades14:12
Tode_II'm assuming that running the standard upgrade will be part of it, but there is a possibility that the standard path will break dependencies, which suggests there's probably more to it, unless everything in US is in the standard Ubuntu packages.14:13
tomreynyou'll probably need to reactivate the https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudio/BackportsPPA after release upgrading (and install the updates provided from there), but i assume that's it.14:19
tomreynif you want to be sure, better wait a bit more for someone who actually known US to respond, repeating your question occasionally.14:20
wonkoOvenWerks: You ready for a really odd edge case issue that will probably only ever affect me? (and I'm ok with the workaround) :-D15:08
Eickmeyertomreyn: No, you actually answered correctly. EOL Upgrades are the same in any flavor.15:10
tomreynTode_I: ^15:11
tomreynthanks for confirming, Eickmeyer15:11
Tode_IThanks folks :>15:11
EickmeyerTode_I: It's important to note: Ubuntu Studio IS Ubuntu, just like any flavor.15:11
wonkoYou just add a repo and "magic" it into US. That's what I did with my previous install. It started out as regular Ubuntu and I turned it into US. Which I was pretty impressed with. :)15:17
Eickmeyerwonko: That's actually false. One of the requirements of being an official Ubuntu flavor is that we cannot have any repos other than those included in Ubuntu by default. So, no, it's not a matter of adding a repo. It's a matter of using the right version of ubuntustudio-installer. 18.04 requires the backports PPA for that purpose, but that's the only exception.16:04
wonkoSo how did I convert my Ubuntu 18.04 to Ubuntu Studio 18.04? I thought I just added a repo? It's been a while so I honestly forget. For 19.04 I did a fresh install with the ubuntustudio-installer.16:11
Eickmeyerwonko: I don't know. But it's not a matter of adding a repo to go Ubuntu to Ubuntu Studio. You might be thinking of KXStudio.16:12
OvenWerkswonko: those are not added repos, just more ubuntu.16:12
wonkodid I just install metapackages? It literally installed and the US bundled software, setup jack and switched me to the lowlatency kernel.16:15
EickmeyerThe "Studio", much like the "K" in Kubuntu only denotes what is installed by default. It's not a separate distro.16:15
wonkoand it wasn't kxstudio stuff, that came laster16:15
wonkoah, so I was almost right16:16
wonkojust subtract the "Add a repo" step. :)16:16
tomreynand you probably installed the "ubuntustudio-desktop" package16:16
Eickmeyertomreyn: Please do not tell people to install the "ubuntustudio-desktop" package to get Ubuntu Studio on their system. That's false. "ubuntustudio-installer" is what they need.16:17
ubottuUbuntu Studio Installer is an app that can be used to add Ubuntu Studio's benefits to an existing Ubuntu (or official flavor) installation, or add additional packages. For more info, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudio/UbuntuStudioInstaller16:17
Eickmeyertomreyn: That's an old, outdated method that I've been trying to get people to stop doing now for almost a year.16:18
tomreynoh ok, i'll try to remember this16:18
Eickmeyertomreyn: I know I've told you this before. :)16:18
tomreyni bet i forgot it before, and chances are i will forget it again, sorry :/16:19
EickmeyerAll good. :) And please, harp on the regulars in #ubuntu about this for me, too. My time has been quite sporadic lately. :)16:19
tomreyni did not "tell people to install the 'ubuntustudio-desktop' package to get Ubuntu Studio on their system", though.16:19
Eickmeyertomreyn: Ok, but I know others have (I've seen it).16:19
Eickmeyertomreyn: I appreciate you, I hope you know that. :)16:20
tomreynEickmeyer: not specificially, but please know that's mutual ;)16:21
tomreynand thanks.16:21
Eickmeyertomreyn: Quite welcome. :)16:21
wonkoWhat's the default audio/music player on US 19.04? O dpm16:33
wonkobah: I don't see Rhytembox or anything like that16:33
wonkoI need to tune out the world while I update some documentation (my least favorite task, like ever)16:34
Eickmeyerwonko: There isn't one.16:40
wonkoThat explains why I can't find one. :)16:41
* OvenWerks uses audacious16:41
wonkonice and light but I want something that'll just pick up my giant directory of music. Eh, Rhythembox isn't the worst, I'll just use that.16:44
wonkomic and cables showed up. Wasn't expecting them until next week. Nice!18:33
wonkoNow, how does this thing show up in jack?18:33
OvenWerksIt should have already shown18:38
OvenWerks There should be no change in jack.... unless it is a usb mic :P18:38
wonkoit plugs into the KA618:38
wonkoso nothing should change18:38
wonkobut I don't know how the KA6 inputs map to the jack side18:38
wonkoI would figure it's one of capture 1-618:39
OvenWerksfor inputs it should be 1 to 118:39
OvenWerks plug one on the box should be cap 118:39
OvenWerksoutputs may be weird18:39
wonkohelps if I turn the gain knob up from 0 for that mic input. :)18:39
OvenWerks main out, mon out and phones may be all different18:40
wonkoYeah, I haven't even begun to think about outputs other than headphones18:42
wonkoI do need to look into a nice setup though18:42
wonkoso, no more usb18:42
wonkoso that's a thing18:42
wonkousb mic that is18:42
Tode_ISo what's the best virtual DX7?18:56
mrz80Tode_I:   There's this:  http://linuxsynths.com/DexedPatchesDemos/dexed.html19:14
mrz80There's also a DX emulator for Bristol:  http://bristol.sourceforge.net/dx.html19:17
mrz80Dunno how close either comes to actually "being" a DX7, but I think Dexed can import DX7 patches19:17
OvenWerkshexter is ok too.19:33
wonkoDroneBL blocked my from freenode. yay. :)20:40
wonkoOvenWerks: So, jackd still crashing without using the webcam mic (no zita-a2j)20:41

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