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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008817||ardour||features||public||2021-10-29 05:04||2021-12-28 05:04|
|Platform||Debian GNU||OS||Linux||OS Version||(any)|
|Summary||0008817: There is no way to record sound from pulseaudio input.|
|Description||There is no way to record sound from pulseaudio input.|
On my phone with a Linux environment, I cannot use sound systems other than pulseaudio.
At the moment, I decided to test this on a PC and faced the inability to connect the audio track input to the pulseaudio input.
Tell me, is there really no sound recording capability for pulseaudio, or am I doing something wrong?
This is intentional. Pulseaudio cannot guarantee reliable input and certainly no reliable latency which is a requirement for pro-audio.
Nor does pulseaudio offer MIDI support.
Ardour supports pulseaudio only for playback, which is handy in certain situation when you want to e.g. listen to a raw mix on your way home from recording in the train with BY headphones...
||use ALSA or JACK or wait for pipewire.|
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|2021-10-29 05:04||PavelAtr||New Issue|
|2021-10-29 05:04||PavelAtr||Tag Attached: 6.5|
|2021-10-29 06:48||x42||Note Added: 0026202|
|2021-10-29 06:49||x42||Assigned To||=> x42|
|2021-10-29 06:49||x42||Status||new => resolved|
|2021-10-29 06:49||x42||Resolution||open => won't fix|
|2021-10-29 06:49||x42||Note Added: 0026203|
|2021-12-28 05:04||anonymous||Note Added: 0026283|
|2021-12-28 05:04||anonymous||Status||resolved => closed|