So I have some SuperCollider code running on a remote Ubuntu instance,
and I’m getting pretty consistent “skips” in the sound. You can listen
here: autoAmbient - YouTube. I’m not sure what’s causing it at
this point. I’ll post some pictures of my configuration below.
There are a few things in your JACK setup that I find a little odd.
Why are you using
dummy as driver? I must confess I don’t know what it
does but honestly I’ve never touched this setting and since I have a USB
interface I always left that at
alsa. But even without my interface,
using the internal one, alsa always seemed to be the right choice.
As you’re using the
dummy driver you can’t select in- and output devices. Your in and output devices should be listed under
Output Device resp.
Input Device under the
Advanced tab or under
Interface in the
Parameters tab (often something like
What also differs from the setup on my machine are the settings for
timeout, which I haven’t touched at all on my machine (left at
What I have set, nevertheless, is a value for
priority, currently 85. This means JACK should run with a higher priority which in turn might reduce “skips” (if they’re caused by audio).
I don’t have much experience with OBS but since many screencasts made these days are made using OBS I’m pretty sure you should be able to stream audio at 48 KHz without bigger hiccups.