Subject: Re: [ecasound] Trouble with capture and latest alsa
From: Luke Tindall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jul 16 2001 - 11:49:24 EEST
On Friday 13 July 2001 18:17, you wrote:
> > Have you tried recording with arecord?
> It *almost* works. It performs as expected, until
> the amplitude reaches about 10000, or 1/3 of max.
> At that point it seems to act like a compressor, and
> no amount of input will get it to output a stronger
Sounds very much like a driver problem. Shame, I was thinking of getting the
very same card some time in the future. On the alsa-devel list there is some
talk about problems with DMA memory allocation. Paul Davies suggests loading
the driver as early as possible at boot time. If you are launching alsa with
the init script try changing the order in which the alsa script is called .
On my rh7.1 machine the script is designated S87 ie linked to
/etc/rc.d/rc5.d/S86alsasound. Edit the alsasound file stored in the
/etc/init.d (maybe in a different location on different distributions) and
change the line:
# chkconfig: 2345 87 14
To something like:
# chkconfig: 2345 07 14
Then if available update with:
chkconfig --add alsasound
This launches alsasound before any other daemons on my machine.
> Previous versions of ALSA worked ok, but uniform
> support for multi-channel cards is in the latest
> version, so I want to stick with that. It seems
> though for some reason that every program that I
> try plays fine, but has some unique problem when
> recording. Very frustrating.
> I'm trying to write the ALSA list about this, but
> I'm unable to subscribe to the list as yet.
Also you could try asking someone on the lad mailing list if they have a
working delta 44.
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