...Make sure that JACK is multiprocessing?
After watching Andrew Johnston amazing video tutorial (Thanks!), I realised I wasn´t using JACK correctly. There were lots of settings I wasn´t setting up correctly, but two stood up. First one was the Real time one. I can´t get that one to work on my machine. If I attempt to start JACK in real time, it fails, not sure why... I am using my integrated soundcard (unfortunately, until I upgrade my equipment), but I am not sure if that is the problem. Any ideas how to make that work?
The second one was setting JACKDMP up. I downloaded jackdmp and installed it, but when done, JACK would not work. I ended up having to uninstall it. Having said so, even if I use JACK through jackd, it seems to as if both CPUs were in use. I never see too big a difference between them. In other words, it never looks as if one is at 5% and the other one is at 95%. Is there a way to find out if both CPUs are in use aside from the system monitor?