Subject: Re: [ecasound] question about dsp
From: Scott Berry (scott_AT_drscott.dyndns.biz)
Date: Sat Jan 24 2004 - 20:02:09 EET
I am using the Os driver right now.On Thu, 22 Jan 2004, Jan Weil wrote:
> On Thu, 2004-01-22 at 16:17, Scott Berry wrote:
> > I am still trying to record with ecasound with no luck. I have two sound
> > cards. One is a built in on the mother board and the other is a Sound
> > Blaster live. At this time I want to use the Sound Blaster Live. When
> > recording I have set the mike to 100 just for test purposes. But I am not
> > exactly sure what "dsp" it is on. Is there a way to check this I am
> > thinking maybe I am using the wrong dsp when I go to record it looks like
> > the ecasound chain setup and everything is setting up fine when I do
> > "ecasound -i:/dev/dsp0 -o test1.wav." But when I stop it hopefully I am
> > doing this right I am not in interactive mode so I use a control-c to stop
> > it because q or quit doesn't seem to work. Thanks for the help.
> /dev/dsp0 should be the 'line in' port with a Sound Blaster Live.
> Did you try the other devices?
> Did you try to open test1.wav in an audio editor (audacity, sweep,
> wavesurfer, ecawave, ...)? Does it contain any data (i. e. low noise)?
> Do you use ALSA or OSS driver?
> (If unsure try whether '/sbin/lsmod' lists snd-pcm-oss, then it's ALSA
> in combination with OSS emulation)
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