Jacktrip on OS X

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==Get and Install Jack==
==Get and Install Jack==
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Find out about what Jack is here [http://www.jackosx.com/about.html]. It is essentially an application for connecting your sound card to 'Jack aware' audio programs like 'Jacktrip' with very low latency.  Download it here [http://www.jackosx.com http://www.jackosx.com].  Unzip the download and install by clicking the Mac OS X installer package.  Unless you know otherwise, just accept all the defaults for the install.  You will be required to reboot your computer after the install.
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Find out about what Jack is here [http://www.jackosx.com/about.html]. It is essentially an application for connecting your sound card to 'Jack aware' audio programs like 'Jacktrip' with very low latency.  Download it here [http://www.jackosx.com http://www.jackosx.com].  Unzip the download and install by clicking the Mac OS X installer package.  Unless you know otherwise, just accept all the defaults for the install.  You will be required to reboot your computer after the install.
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Jack itself doesn't have a graphical user interface, so it can only be used from the command line. 
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==Get and Install Qjackctl==
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==Get and Install Jacktrip==
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Revision as of 09:24, 12 September 2008

This page describes how to set up Jacktrip on your Mac OS X machine for network performances.

Get and Install Jack

Find out about what Jack is here [1]. It is essentially an application for connecting your sound card to 'Jack aware' audio programs like 'Jacktrip' with very low latency. Download it here http://www.jackosx.com. Unzip the download and install by clicking the Mac OS X installer package. Unless you know otherwise, just accept all the defaults for the install. You will be required to reboot your computer after the install.

Jack itself doesn't have a graphical user interface, so it can only be used from the command line.

Get and Install Qjackctl

Get and Install Jacktrip

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