Subject: RE: [ecasound] oss driver
From: Rob Coker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Sep 08 2000 - 02:12:41 EEST
Thanks for the help. I tried this to record from my tape deck and got a
recording - it was really distorted on peaks (like snare hits). So it is
probably just a dynamic range issue of the dd/*.au combination.
So why can't I get anything from ecasound?
Would it be better if I installed the ALSA driver for my sound card?
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> Subject: Re: [ecasound] oss driver
> >>>>> "Rob" == Rob Coker <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Rob> What is the simplest recording program that I can use? I
> Rob> don't have another one (yet) on my system.
> The *simplest* one is the one in the sound HOWTO:
> HOWTO> Now you can verify sound recording. If you have sound input
> HOWTO> capability, you can do a quick test of this using
> HOWTO> commands such as the following:
> HOWTO> # record 4 seconds of audio from microphone
> HOWTO> EDT% dd bs=8k count=4 </dev/audio >sample.au
> HOWTO> 4+0 records in
> HOWTO> 4+0 records out
> HOWTO> # play back sound
> HOWTO> % cat sample.au >/dev/audio
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