I compiled jackd on Mac and can get a connection to my MOD Duo X.
I’m looking for ways to get audio in/out, either with something like JackRouter to give me CoreAudio devices or VST/AU Plugins that connect to jackd. Ideally both.
I compiled JackBridge (derived I believe from JackRouter but with a fixed number of inputs and outputs) - however I can’t get it to run (shm_open() failed with No such file or directory. Attaching shared memory failed (id=0)).
JackRouter does not work on macOS since 10.15, Apple removed the APIs that made it possible.
(for security reasons, obviously…)
To quote the original developer of JackRouter: (in a recent conversation with him)
I‘m currently trying to estimate the technical complexity, with all of those tricky sandbox issues. I did some tests but nothing works for now, and TBH I still don’t know how it can be done.
With Apple slowly closing down more and more of macOS, the future for JACK on it does not look very bright. Not even sure if JACK itself will work on the new macOS 11 (used for the new apple-sillicon devices)
The old JackInsert plugin was something that did that, but it seems no one (or almost no one) was using that.
For sending audio data from one application to another, SoundFlower or BlackHole might work best
I spent a day or so looking into VST development, however the VST2 SDK is no longer (legally) available and the DAW I use most (Native Instruments Maschine) doesn’t support VST3 (ridiculous given it’s been around for about 10 years now).
So my next approach is to write an AudioUnit-to-JACK bridge. Unless anyone has any better ideas or suggestions.