I'm new to Garuda (and Arch Linux for that matter) and I'm really exited by this OS. It's been a smooth experience so far but I've been having problems setting my music production environment as I used to have (previously in AV Linux).
I'm trying to get JACK applications (SuperCollider in particular) running and communicating through Cadence. I've been experimenting with enabling/disabling the "JACK support" setting in "Garuda Assistant" -> "System Components". SuperCollider will not boot without it, but anyway no audio will come out of it. Cadence doesn´t display the main system sink/source, so I can´t connect the audio. I would love to just make everything work with Pipewire as it seems an interesting project, but I'm guessing I'll have to disable it and just go with Pulse Audio + JACK. By the way, what does the "ALSA support" setting installs? For what I know ALSA is the main audio server in Linux and is not sustituted for Pipewire. Or does it?
I haven't been able to find documentation on the audio "support "packages associated with the settings in Garudas "System Components". I would like to understand audio in Garuda Linux and how does this settings work. Where should I look and what do you recommend to set this up!
Thanks for you attention!