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Thank you vary much folks! As far as I know, this behaviour is different than with most LiveDrives manufactured by Creative. is al the same. I read the documentation and learn about all sorts of FX-registers and the like, but I don't really get a sense of what that actually means in practice. his comment is here

Most of the important mixers are on the left, the farther you go to the right they get more and more pointless, at least in alsamixer. Is there any way bringing digital output to tvtime because I want to get rid of the extra wiring from the speakers-output to the 6CH-input of the receiver? -- thx, wum The emu-tools don't work with ALSA though, so the only way to get acceptable bass sound is to disable the rear speakers (Wave Surround to 0, as mentioned above). Load bt87x as second soundcard, not as first. http://forums.creative.com/showthread.php?t=159639

I have also disortion! There is "Analog Mix Capture" for capture volume. as somebody told before. NewToLinux2005 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by NewToLinux2005 07-17-2005, 09:39 PM #2 enyawix Member Registered: Sep 2003 Location: ky

There are lots of finer points to get caught out on but this rough guide should help. How can I make my Audigy work with 2.6 kernel (I know it's a veeeery generic question :)? Only the rear speakers work. When you reboot you will loose it unless you save it sudo alsactl store is the save command i believe...good luck Daniel49 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review

I think they have a newer alsa version build in. not from the microphone input. JediDB View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by JediDB 07-23-2005, 08:26 PM #6 Daniel49 Member Registered: Jul 2005 Location: Washington If you are unable to hear sound from your CD/Line with ALSA 1.0.0test1 and higher then you must set Analog Mix volume to reasonable value (100).

I have a sound blaster audigy 2 ZS sound card and I can't get it to work. You don't have to load the oss modules. BTW: the kernel 2.6 emu10k1 works fine with my card, the 2.4 did not, I had to use the emu-tools to get it right. Could you try this ??

Has anyone got this to work ? 2006-06-27 Audigy Drive MIDI port won't wake up from cold My keyboard, connected to the MIDI port on my front panel, will only get its GTS 250 and Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium More resources Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Russia France Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search Feel free to comment on the Linux compatibility for the Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS in this thread. same issues as here: [2].

I am now writing a so-called "loader" called ld10k1, that should read binary files generated by as10k1 and load them onto the card, doing the necessary "relocation" to pointers and GPRs. this content If you have a dual booting set up, with a Windows partition, you may find soundfont files at: C:\Program Files\sblive\sfbank, at least that was the case with my SB Live! no reason I can find. Still distortion: I am using the current alsa drivers (1.0pre2) with an SBlive value (digital output) and contrary to the oss emu10k1 driver I am still experiencing distortion/clipping while playing pcm

YMMV. I don't know if OSS drivers support Audigy2 well.. Sound Blaster Audigy2 NX CA0186 EP7309 Details [USB] [ANALOGio] SPDIF output does not function. http://kncsoftware.com/audigy-2/audigy-2-zs-drivers-linux.html For Audigy upgrade at least to alsa 1.0.0 or kernel 2.6.3.

Set one of these to capture and that's what you'll hear (and presumably record from) Note that if you select "Mix", you will get a high-pitched nasty horrible squeal. Also there were problem with detection of SB0060 - they were fixed in alsa 1.0.10rc2. It is known to work (not every mixer app suports alsa correctly - for example some sets both capture and playback volume at one time making recording hard).

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I am not that familar with it. I have also tried installing the alsa-driver 1.0.9b and still no sound. In alsa-driver/alsa-kernel/pci/ac97/ac97_codec.c is the line { 0x83847658, 0xffffffff, "STAC9758/59", patch_sigmatel_stac9758, NULL }, change it to { 0x83847658, 0xffffffff, "STAC9758/59", NULL, NULL }, -- Peter Zubaj (In my kernel tree, the file Best to you oh sorry I see the driver now in your post Revision: 0x04 Driver: "EMU10K1_Audigy" Last edited by redroad55; February 9th, 2009 at 02:53 AM.

A press on "m" on the keyboard got rid of the problem -- and enabled the "Bass" and "Treble" sliders. Could I encode my own ac3 stream on the fly (and send that to the receiver), or is it too much number chrunching? For first time visitors, please read our FAQ. check over here Privacy policy About AlsaProject Disclaimers Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories GPU HIERARCHY CPU HIERARCHY Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's