Hi, In Windows 10 with JACK installed and JACKd running, there is no option to select Jackrouter (ASIO). Some other apps can see it (Sibelius is swotched on it and working), but I was not able to find any way to connect AUDACITY. In Devices in Audacity, there is no any option to see Jackrouter as option.
Look in the “Host” (Hostitelsky pocitac) options to see if Jack is listed.
Note that Audacity opens and closes its ports on demand (ports are opened when play/record is started, and closed when playback stops), so Audacity’s ports are only visible while transport is active.
OMG. Please, Please, I NEVER compiled ANYTHING under windows. 10 Years ago, my only experience was with Gentoo Linux, where are from start available all needed tools in system workaround, with many mighty scripts preinstalled for maximum user comfort. I fear I’m not able go thru all needed stuff quicker then after cca 3 months. This is impossible for me, I have 3 small children and horny musicband leader behind my neck, I have no chance to do this. Is anywhere some alternative build tree of the AUDACITY with JACK support for windows, - Or, just if someone can and want - can anyone do this for me, compile AUDACITY for win with JACK support, and place it to somewhere to the internet?
As far as I’m aware, Windows 10 is not officially supported by Jack (until recently, the Jack website described the Windows port of Jack as “experimental”).
For obvious reasons we are not able to officially support unofficial builds of Audacity (though we try to help where we can).
Is there a reason why you can’t either:
Dual boot Linux on your computer (Audacity is built with Jack support on Linux by default, and is available for easy installation from the repositories of most Linux distributions).