Very wiseautodctr wrote:I want to at least get a feel for what I am doing before hauling it out to church and swapping out the other machine.
How did you do that?autodctr wrote:I started Jack
I usually use "QjackCtl" (Jack Audio Connection Kit) for configuring, starting and stopping Jack.
If your system is going to always be used with Jack, then it will probably be more convenient to configure the system to start Jack on log-in, but QjackCtl is very convenient for testing the set-up and getting everything working.
Not sure what you mean. "Jack" is a service, not an application. Jack itself does not have a graphical interface.autodctr wrote:I opened Jack
If Audacity shows "Jack" in Preferences, then Jack is running.
Ensure that Jack is selected as the "host" in the device toolbar. Normally you would want the recording and playback devices set to "System". Then try playing something. If it plays with those settings, then it's working.