Subject: Re: [ecasound] ecasound 2.0.4 released!
From: S. Massy (theanaloguekid_AT_tak.net.dhis.org)
Date: Thu Jan 24 2002 - 03:48:21 EET
On Thu, 24 Jan 2002, Tobiah <toby_AT_tobiah.org> wrote:
> I don't yet have time to track all this down, so I thought
> that I would mention some of my current troubles to this list.
> I was using ecasound 2.0.3 to record a wave file at 24/96000
> (midiman Delta44) and I noticed that it had a crackling sound
> added in with the input. Any bit width is the same, but 44100Hz
> worked cleanly with all bit widths.
Your internal sampling rate is still 44.1 khz, use -sr:96000 to match
your I/O objects. Look in the list archive if you wish to know why the
resampling is noisy, it came up a few times...
> Ok, I thought that this might be a bug with 2.0.3, so I got 2.0.4.
> It insists that it doesn't understand the input format 'alsa'.
> I read some posts about the plugin path in the .ecsoundrc, but
> it does point to a dir /usr/local/lib/ecasound-plugins/
> and there are a bunch of libraries in there, including *alsa* ones.
Make sure you run make uninstall and get rid of old object foles.
> I noticed that when I did 'make install' with 2.0.4 the end of the
> script indicated that alsa support was not enabled. I never
> had to do anything strange before to get alsa working with previous
> versions of ecasound, but I tried (after puffing entire directory
> and re-opening source tar ball) doing --enable-alsa. Still the
> script displayed that alsa was not configured.
Now that's weird, it would seem some check or other fails. Are you sure
your alsa installation is sane? What does config.log say about it?
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