http://j.f.l.free.fr/notes/doku.php?id=wiki:alsa Midi SBliveCapture is a page about using the SBlives native loopback to capture PCM output to a file using an example of recording MIDI/soundfonts directly to wav then to ogg I also figured out that my boomy bass was caused by the "Tone" slider being muted. Any ideas? -- Gamerz232(AT)Yahoo.com Surround Sound in MPlayer using ALSA drivers for emu10k1 (Audigy in my case): I had spent hours trying to get surroundsound working on my Audigy using kernel Pro] on usb-0000:00:1d.1-1/input3[ 1403.745830] usbcore: registered new interface driver snd-usb-audiothat means linux sees it... Source
I'm a bit new to setting up sound devices on linux, so any help would be greatly appreciated. On Audigy (Audigy 2) with ALSA 1.0.0pre1 and more you don't need to set capture source - only capture volume. because if you are wired to analog and its set to digital you will get no sound. same issues as here: . http://forums.creative.com/showthread.php?t=159639
Thanks Nacho I think, you have old alsa-lib instaled. I had no problem with the sound, for me it was the microphone which did not record anything. I have got an Audigy 4, which works pretty well in 1.0.10. I wouldn't bother with looking for drivers (called modules in Linux) because 95% of the time in any relatively recent system you'll have the drivers for these cards already aviable.
if its black with mm in it then it is presently turned off it will turn green when it is on. AC3 passthrough via mplayer / xine / oogle works fine. Just sound on the back speakers. By using your arrow key -> you can move over to the proper switch to turn it on.
I guess there are several issues around this. Has STAC9758 AC97 on itÂ ??? I don't know if OSS drivers support Audigy2 well.. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/ubuntu-63/sound-blaster-audigy-2-zs-337513/ I read somewhere that the realtek driver works but the person did not say which realtek unit nor can I locate any realtek usb drivers.Any additional assistance would be appreciated.usb sound
I'v turned off the builtin sound in the bios. 2006-11-15 Is 192kHz supported? You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. NongA_TongE View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by NongA_TongE 10-25-2010, 09:16 AM #14 valera_irkutsk LQ Newbie Registered: Oct 2010 Posts: The alsa module snd-ca0106 works fine somehow if the old sb module is compiled in the kernel as a module (no white noise).
Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical © Canonical Ltd. Bonuses FreakboY Linux - Hardware 2 06-21-2004 09:45 PM Sound Blaster Audigy II Gadoken Linux - Hardware 1 05-08-2004 08:52 PM Sound Blaster Audigy Mimician Linux - Newbie 5 02-25-2002 07:30 PM Does anyone have an idea what to do in this case, did you also experience something like this? I bought an audigy4 later, hoping it would fix the problems.
A press on "m" on the keyboard got rid of the problem -- and enabled the "Bass" and "Treble" sliders. http://ps3insiders.com/audigy-2/audigy-2-driver-linux.html dmi.chassis.type: 6 dmi.chassis.vendor: Dell Computer Corporation dmi.modalias: dmi:bvnDellComputerCorporation:bvrA07:bd09/27/2004:svnDellComputerCorporation:pnDimension8300:pvr:rvnDellComputerCorp.:rn0W2562:rvr:cvnDellComputerCorporation:ct6:cvr: dmi.product.name: Dimension 8300 dmi.sys.vendor: Dell Computer Corporation Tags: apport-bug i386 oneiric running-unity Edit Tag help Geoffrey Davenport (geoff-davenport) wrote on 2012-01-25: #1 AlsaDevices.txt I finally figured it out a few hours ago. Linux PPC Other UNIX-Based Hardware Trading JustLinux Help File Library Audio Hardware Configuration Hardware Installation Networks Programming Software X Window Events JL Talkback JL Ideas Feedback Forum Suggestions Post Your Forum
Cat Reply With Quote 11-08-2005,08:53 PM #7 Huk View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Trusted Contributor Join Date Jun 2005 Posts 65 Re: Where are the Audigy 2 ZS Linux I'v managed with help to fix most of them. Sound Blaster PCI X (Dell OEM) SB0200 Details [PCI] [ANALOGio] [MIDIio] Sound Blaster LS SB0310 P17 Details [PCI] [ANALOGio] [MIDIio] Sound Blaster Live 24bit Sound Blaster Live 7.1 SB0410 P17 Details http://ps3insiders.com/audigy-2/audigy-2-zs-drivers-for-linux.html How to change the kernel config and compile a kernel is basically a matter of downloading the source code from kernel.org, or mirror, tar xjf linux-*.tar.bz2 and then cd (change directory)
NOTE: sfxload requires OSS emulation and may therefore not be suitable for a couple of people. But the playback from any stereo wave-file will work on all 5 speakers, only the Line-In don't. My specs are: Asus p4p800 SE Motherboard 1280 MB of RAM (I don't know what that is in GB, may a gig in a half) Nivida GeForce FX 5500 OC 256MB
JediDB View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by JediDB 07-23-2005, 08:26 PM #6 Daniel49 Member Registered: Jul 2005 Location: Washington Because Audigy hardware works this way. The drivers have a lot in common, but reading instructions for the wrong card can be very confusing. I don't know for sure).
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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 There is a older version of drivers called OSS (doesn't use things like alsamixer). Sound Blaster Audigy2 ZS Platinum Pro emu10k2 CA0151/P16V Details [PCI] [ANALOGio] [MIDIio] [48kHz] [Wavetable] [HWMIX] Sound Blaster Audigy4 Pro emu10k2 CA0151/P16V Details [PCI] [ANALOGio] [MIDIio] [48kHz] [Wavetable] [HWMIX] Same features supported Just donĂ‚Â´t know what else I could try.
Password Ubuntu This forum is for the discussion of Ubuntu Linux. It does not help to lower some or all related mixer controls. If you are then look at the preferences in XMMS and make sure you are using the right output plugin. There is front L/R speakers, rear L/R speakers, and then a center channel and LFE (low frequency response, or subwoofer channel) that share the same output jack (one is 'left' the
I wonder if anyone has any idea where I can get the Audigy 2. And in gamix, these controls appear greyed, soy that they don't work... No.