Recommend an Audiophile Tech Board? Mar 10, at 2: Post 7 of About the app, I am trying make a simple test with the Audacious. I’m plodding along with it, and am halfway there. So far my tests say that the REvolution 7.
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Recommend an Audiophile Tech Board? There were mixer levels in alsa.
March 24, Effectively one is just an arecord for seconds, and the other is the same piped to LAME. Soundwise there’s very little difference between the and Juli.
This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Is there perhaps some switch you could change when compiling ALSA? Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I have integrated soundcard and Audigy.
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Somehow I haven’t got notifications in email even though I’ve subscribed to this thread. I’ve got some slight issues with the card regarding 24 bit playback.
Sorry, I meant configure the sound driver with alsaconf, not the card But this step is already set as your sound module is loaded. I have asked a few questions of a friend who compiles his own rather minimal version of Linux, who has a M-Audio Revolution 7. After the program is installed type gnome-alsamixer. Apr 8, at 1: Anyway, you can go to ubuntuforums. Having a problem logging in? Short question, is it possible to somehow change the driver for a sound card so that the line input hw;0,0 is 16 bit audio depth rather than 32?
The sound bars stating that the music is playing on the plate but no sound appears. Post 9 of It is an extra parameter as 32 bit is the default.
Not sure which category is best for this but because it does not work I thought trouble shooting was appropriate. Installed Jack, and I found a tick box in the GUI that claimed it could “force to 16bit” sadly no joy with that: Juli seems to be preferred and it’s no wonder: Type sudo apt-get install gnome-alsamixer. I don’t use Ubuntu, my OS is Slackware and there is an alsa tool to configure the card: My guess is that they are identical chipset-wise.
Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? Post 12 of Hunting down an M-Audio Audiophile Feb 22, at 9: AP is also supported by OSS, at least this should work with correct settings….
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I would be grateful to get some help here, to get deeper knowledge, and maybe migrate from Windows some day. For more advanced trainees it can be m-audiio desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
The sound card is M-Audio Audiophileit works with rate in Ubuntu, and is capable to work with 48, 88,