AC97 - set this reasonably high (94) Capture - Set this to midrange (53) and capture (press space) You then have an option of several inputs which can be set to All rights reserved. I'm using PCM output via Hoontech digital out addon card. same issues as here: . http://ps3insiders.com/audigy-2/audigy-2-zs-linux-driver.html
eh common if you haven't coded linux drivers after the ammount of time the audigy2 zs has been released for ... Alsa is a newer driver model that has replaced it. Rear will be silent.
In alsa 1.0.10 was changed playback of front channels for 5.1 playback - stereo should be same. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites dotRoot 1 sudo rm -rf /* 1 1,902 posts Location: US Posted April 8, 2005 Can i do an apt-get Platinum with the front panel. The emu-tools  fixed that by offering an option to invert the rear speaker signals as well.
Luckily, I found a solution after some googling. The problem is the same for all ALSA versions since the audigy2 was first supported up to 1.0.7rc1. For more information see this link. http://forums.creative.com/showthread.php?t=159639 Totally Frustrated and fed up :BumpMessage Edited by Isiah on -07-2005 :38 PM Reply With Quote 11-07-2005,12:20 PM #2 Isiah View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visitor Join Date Nov
If so, how? -- thx JoernDreyer 2004-05-19 No sound with Soundblaster Live and kernel 2.6.6 / ALSA 1.0.4 After upgrading from kernel 2.6.3 to 2.6.6, my Soundblaster Live suddenly didn't work For full support for this SB Live use CVS version of ALSA. (pzad) I have upgraded my Mandrake 9.2 to Mandrake 10.0 now my audigy2 zs doesnt make any sound ! Share this post Link to post Share on other sites SeaClearly 0 0 316 posts Posted April 11, 2005 Good job (Y)Although I thought "m" unmuted :unsure: I've never used PCM Front, PCM Surround, PCM Center, PCM LFE controls volume for 5.1 playback.
Related Resources Download sound blaster driver for linux Linux Roadblocks Sound blaster X-fi Xtreme Audio for linux How to install Creative X-Fi USB Sound card on Ubuntu Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi http://alsa.opensrc.org/Emu10k1 I also put the soundcard into a windows PC, installed the Windows driver, and tested the soundcard there (too make sure it wasn't just broken) and that all worked, so Steve I have a rather strange (at least to me) mixer problem with my SB Live Player 5.1 (without live-drive or any other add-on): I can't find any way to control the On Audigy all analog sources are routed through DSP and Analog Mix controls volume of this analog mix.
When there is no lircd the midi keyboard plays fine but when lircd -H livedrive_midi -d /dev/snd/midiC0D1 is opened then the midi keyboard is dead. http://ps3insiders.com/audigy-2/audigy-2-zs-drivers-for-linux.html Try this first to set audigy as default device: Using a Terminal="Applications->Accessories->Terminal" Open this file for editing: Code: gksudo gedit /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf Add these lines at the bottom: Code: alias snd-card-0 snd-emu10k1 BIG SOUNDFONT: By default, you can not load for more as 128MB soundfont with those cards. Because of a muddy license, these files are NOT distributed with Debian.
now i can turn bass all the way up, and it sounds great, and i have zero distortion. You can check at all is working (or not) as expected with: # cat /proc/asound/card0/wavetableD1 Infrared remote control on Audigy 2 ZS pro and Audigy 4 pro. Edited April 9, 2005 by SeaClearly Share this post Link to post Share on other sites OP vincent 153 153 22,313 posts Location: W. have a peek here please help james 'a.t westcoastbmx /d;ot' com It would be nice if there were some sort of easy to read description of how the SB-Live works internally.
I also have an Inspire 5.1 Digital 5700. I don't know where these clicks where coming from. The minority of them supports digital audio capturing; so the sound card has to do that and you'll have to have an additional cable.
That support was only possible thanks to the kind donation of a Sound Card by Creative/3D labs. I'v managed with help to fix most of them. Also, check out the Creative Open Source page for information regarding other models of Creative soundcard, eg. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites blik 1 pacman -Syu 1 3,379 posts Location: UK Posted April 9, 2005 That most likely won't help because there
Has anyone seen anything Creative has said about this issue, seeing as nobody seems to know how to use their card? Visit the following links: Site Howto | Site FAQ | Sitemap | Register Now If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us. Sometimes when I started computer and launched VLC sound worked well(not always). http://ps3insiders.com/audigy-2/audigy-2-zs-linux-drivers.html Also - my new card is listed as "card 1" and no application finds it by default, I have to tell them all to use "-c 1" or "```hw:1,0```".
Ask a new question Read More Linux Sound Blaster USB Fedora Related Resources Creative Sound Blaster Audigy2 ZS External I/O Hub Onboard realtek or sound blaster pci card Which is better Hi Steve R, tried this with a Win7 computer, then put the card back onto the linux machine; but I still the have same problem. View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Visit Steve R.'s homepage! I bought an audigy4 later, hoping it would fix the problems.
you "MuSt"(lol) use "gReAt"(big lol) windows instead of linux. (But I may be wrong...) Reply With Quote 11-08-2005,12:28 AM #4 Jeremy View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Uber Guru Join I'm not sure what your level of ALSA understanding is but it's just a matter of configuring the audio section of the kernel config for ALSA and your (probably PCI) sound Top of Page × Existing user? I should note that I am using Unity as opposed to Gnome.
See here for the pdf doc: http://people.freenet.de/kxdev/docs/codecs/stac9708-ds.pdf. for Linux information page by D. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites OP vincent 153 153 22,313 posts Location: W. I only get the damn Analog Mix input.