Subject: Re: [ecasound] Re: [alsa-devel] Re: Usage of Sourceforge (fwd)
From: S. Massy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 06 2000 - 18:04:12 EEST
On Wed, 06 Sep 2000, lee johnson wrote:
> Dave Phillips wrote:
> > "S. Massy" wrote:
> > > Even in linux I had much difficulties finding a
> > > command-line driven app, I believe ecasound to be the only as of
> > > today, that would let me do most of what I wanted.
> glad you were able to find something to fit your needs.......i don't mind
> command driven really its certainly low memory usage!!!!!!!! that truly
> is a bonus..
> i just wish i could get it to work right........keep getting segmentation
> fault when i try the multi-track example at kai's website.......i get the
> segmentation fault
> after i type in "start"...i mean after doing all the other command stuff
> as on website...
Strange; are you working with a precompiled binary or one you compiled
> seems to think about it briefly but then stops with that error......
> I don't know if its just the driver for my soundcard ( turtlebeach
> Montego II quadzilla ) or not as i have trouble with latency ( proper
> term for skipping sounds /recording not following playback of wav file
> along with..) using audio gui in this case broadcast 2000a.......i know
> my current driver does have these latency issues but whether or not it
> would affect straight across board on all apps dunno yet not many
> multi-track stuff for linux yet that I know ....
What driver are you using for your soundcard? Maybe you want to
consider trying ALSA if the stock driver gives you headaches, see:
> anyway i can wav files to play just fine in ecasound just no
> thanks anyone
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