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I've try to toggle te settings but i've not succeed to make it ... The 'mic' volume controls the level of the rear bracket microphone input sent directly to the front (only front) speakers. RECORDING ISSUES: In most cases noise is caused by the microphone input or some other (unused) input. Join Date Dec 2002 Location West Virgina, USA, North America, Earth, Western Spiral Arm, Milkyway Galaxy, The Universe As We Know It Posts 217 Double check that your onboard soundcard is http://kncsoftware.com/audigy-2/audigy-2-ubuntu-drivers.html

AUTHORS The PCM part of the driver is based on the snd_emu10k1(4) SB Live! Simply specify the device name with the application. Thanks for understanding. În Miercuri, 11 Iunie 2014 21:45:46, Seth Arnold

I have since Monday made many attempts to get the Sound working, and although I have good Windows knowledge my Linux knowledge is only over the last year or so since type "sudo pico etc/modules/alsa.conf" without the quotes.  You should see text and a list of modules and just add the modules listed into this file and save it as always making Share this post Link to post Share on other sites blik 1 pacman -Syu 1 3,379 posts Location: UK Posted April 9, 2005 That most likely won't help because there Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Bug attachments AlsaInfo.txt (edit) BootDmesg.txt (edit) CurrentDmesg.txt (edit) Dependencies.txt (edit) ProcEnviron.txt (edit) PulseList.txt (edit) Alsa-mixer screenshot (edit) Gnome-ALSA-mixer Ubuntu 14.04.png (edit) pulseverbose.log

Reply With Quote 02-23-2005,06:19 AM #4 gampy View Profile View Forum Posts grasshopper Join Date Dec 2003 Posts 66 Try Adjusting Volume Levels with Alsamixer Hi spacemonkey1036, Please try this. Remember to raise the volume prior doing any recording. Richland, WA Posted April 9, 2005 First line is this below which is downloading the file with wget.sudo wget ftp://ftp.alsa-project.org/pub/driv...r-1.0.8.tar.bz2 Second line is unpacking the file or un tarring it. I've succeed to modify that toggle 'Audigy Analog/Digital Output Jack' Sound is now back on my Creative SoundBlaster Audigy 2 Platinium Thanks.

It controls only front output volume in multichannel mode and all output volume in single channel mode. "rec" mixer control acts very differently on EMU10K1 and other cards. The OSS drivers permit recording any application that's currently playing. I've got CD audio just fine, but when I try to play files from the HDD I get nothing. http://forums.creative.com/showthread.php?t=538689 there are good supportet and have hardwaremixing funktions!

In OSS both of them are controlled together. On newer cards the OSS mixer controls some parameters of the AC97 codec and some DSP-based mixer controls. "vol" mixer control for the overall sound volume. "pcm" mixer control for the A simple chmod 666 /dev/dsp will fix that. I boot and the system cannot recognize my "new" sound card.

sudo tar xvjf alsa-driver-1.0.8.tar.bz2 Now to be on the safe side I would enter into a root console while you do the rest. But I'm telling you know that at least for me getting my audigy 2 value to work under ubuntu was a pain and even after your done you need to type The AC97 mixer is used to control volumes of the back bracket inputs (mic and line in) and the _analog_ CD input connector on the soundcard. information type: Private Security → Public Raymond (superquad-vortex2) on 2014-06-11 Changed in alsa-driver (Ubuntu): status: New → Incomplete Daniel Letzeisen (dtl131-deactivatedaccount) wrote on 2014-06-12: #3 Try toggling this control in alsamixer.

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites SeaClearly 0 0 316 posts Posted April 9, 2005 (edited) ur steps didnt work at all and not even the http://kncsoftware.com/audigy-2/audigy-2-zs-ubuntu-driver.html This should not be any problem when doing audio recordings but it may cause unwanted results when transferring digital data (such as AC3/DTS) using the S/PDIF the interface. Now it seems to be fixed. You should see text and a list of modules and just add the modules listed into this file and save it as always making a backup of the file first.

I've tried getting this card to work with the latest stable version of Fedora Core 3 and it only worked after I installed ALSA 1.0.8 from source but I haven't tried HARDWARE The snd_emu10kx driver supports the following sound cards: · Creative Sound Blaster Live! (EMU10K1 Chipset). hint.emu10kx.⟨X⟩.multichannel_recording Enables experimental multichannel recording support. weblink For first time visitors, please read our FAQ.

Welcome to the Creative Forum. edit 2: to upmixing stereo to 5. [url="http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=795525&highlight=5%2C+upmixing">u pmixing[/url] Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Sound Blasters Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Forum Share this post Link to post Share on other sites SeaClearly 0 0 316 posts Posted April 9, 2005 When I used to use Ubuntu, it picked up my Audigy

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Only Audigy/Audigy2 models work under Sparc. · EMU Wavetable MIDI synthesizer is not supported · AC3 passthrough only supported on Audigy/Audigy but not on SB Live! I take a guess and I think it is probably something wrong with my sound modules. 10.10 sound 64-bit sound-blaster share|improve this question edited Jan 30 '11 at 21:28 Stefano Palazzo♦ Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 10-19-2009,01:47 AM #1 CardPlayer View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message but you'll have to look for it..

Default: 1=digital output. · sblive_devices=<1..32> - Number of audio devices to be configured. I've made a test with the guest account and i've noticed sound is working well. You can also do this manually by editing oss_sblive.conf and inserting sblive_devices=XX entry, e.g.: sblive_devices=27 CDROM CONNNECTIONS There are two alternative ways to connect audio signal from a CD-ROM drive tor check over here and Audigy cards have an orange combo jack that is used both for the analog center/LFE output and for digital DIN (S/PDIF) output.

Bottom line is that there are some problems with Hoary with soundcards and video not working when they worked great in the previous warty. Maybe the greatest issue is the following fact : Ubuntu miss a full mixer. PCM support is limited to 48kHz/16 bit stereo (192kHz/24 bit part of this chipset is not supported). · Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 2 Value (CA0108 Chipset). If you record from a 44.1 kHz (CD-ROM) and save the result to a 44.1 kHz file the signal will be sample rate converted twice.

The PCM driver cannot detect the presence of Live!Drive or AudigyDrive breakout boxes and tries to use them (and list their connectors in the mixer). thanks man Share this post Link to post Share on other sites dotRoot 1 sudo rm -rf /* 1 1,902 posts Location: US Posted April 8, 2005 suhweet! Share this post Link to post Share on other sites SeaClearly 0 0 316 posts Posted April 9, 2005 (edited) First line is this below which is downloading the file Share this post Link to post Share on other sites SeaClearly 0 0 316 posts Posted April 9, 2005 First things first, have you made sure sound isnt just muted?Fire

dmi.chassis.type: 6 dmi.chassis.vendor: Dell Computer Corporation dmi.modalias: dmi:bvnDellComputerCorporation:bvrA07:bd09/27/2004:svnDellComputerCorporation:pnDimension8300:pvr:rvnDellComputerCorp.:rn0W2562:rvr:cvnDellComputerCorporation:ct6:cvr: dmi.product.name: Dimension 8300 dmi.sys.vendor: Dell Computer Corporation Tags: apport-bug i386 oneiric running-unity Edit Tag help Geoffrey Davenport (geoff-davenport) wrote on 2012-01-25: #1 AlsaDevices.txt The AC97 recording levels are always set to maximum and recording source is always “stereo mix”. "dig1" is a CD S/PDIF (on-card) volume control "dig2" is an AudigyDrive S/PDIF (Audigy series) driver by Cameron Grant ⟨[email protected]⟩. The snd_emu10kx driver does not support the following sound cards (although they have names similar to some supported ones): · Creative Sound Blaster Live! 24-Bit, identified by FreeBSD as "emu10k1x Soundblaster

FAQ Forum Quick Links Unanswered Posts New Posts View Forum Leaders FAQ Contact an Admin Forum Community Forum Council FC Agenda Forum Governance Forum Staff Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct Forum ALSA 1.0.8 supports this card but for some reason Mepis, ubuntu, debian and many others dont' currently support it even though they should. IntegerDigits including leading zero A Message for the Solver!