Subject: Re: [ecasound] copying one signal to two channels?
From: Jeremy Hall (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Dec 02 2000 - 20:48:35 EET
I think part of the problem is that you're defining two chains and
attempting to apply an effect to multiple chains at once. This has
traditionally not worked, be it bug, design, or feature.
ecasound -i /dev/dsp -o /dev/dsp -erc:1,2
should do the trick.
ecasound -a:1,2 -i /dev/dsp -a:1 -o /dev/dsp -erc:1,2 -a:2 -o track1.wav
also will work.
In the new year, Krzys Majewski wrote:
> Hi there
> Suppose I have a stereo line in, but only the left channel has a
> signal. How can I route this signal to both left and right output channels?
> (For example, I plug my guitar directly into the left channel of a
> 2-channel compressor/limiter. The guitar outputs a single channel. The
> stereo signal from the compressor goes to the stereo line input on my
> I want to patch the left input channel to both left and right output
> channels, so I can send a stereo signal to the P/A. Can I do this with
> ecasound? I tried several variations on:
> ecasound -a:1,2 -i /dev/dsp -o /dev/dsp -erc:1,2
> but no cigar. I've got today's stable tarball.
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