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Old 18th August 2015
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Default sndio instead of jackd?


I am in the process of replacing Debian (systemd drama) with OpenBSD (thinkpad compliant) as my new desktop OS. Besides flash and wine(+linux compat), I have been able to adapt myself.
The FAQ, manpages plus pkg-readmes are really hepling.

Now to my question:
Lately, I learned about sndiod.
I played a little with midish + midi-keyboard.+ midi files + fluidsynth.+ sndiod.
Could sndiod be used as jackd in order to manually connect audio apps? Like fluidsynth to calf?
Are we supposed to use jack separately, next to sndio?

Thank you.
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