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Does it also do that if you plug into a practice amp?
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cdennyb, that is exactly what I'm thinking. The buzz is their even with the violin unplugged and just have my EQ software connected to jackd sound server. This laptop does need a complete rebuild as the power dc jack is having issues (does not recognize or charge battery and does not recognize the oem charger.) I just receive all the parts I need to rebuild the laptop and will be filming a rebuild video on my main youtube channel CryptisionTV on Youtube. After that my web series 'Out of Tune' will be rocking before you know it.
I will definitely check out the fiddlefest. As far as the hum, I'm sure it is just that dc jack on the motherboard as I don't get the hum on the other laptop that is plugged into the same outlet. Just wished I could keep the sound server running on that system, Running multiple sound cards on Linux can be tricky. I need to stay away from amps in my place as it is an apartment with thin walls. Playing my electric unplugged doesn't cause anyone any problems unless it is 2am.