Thanks for all who can help! I have a rather strange at least to me mixer problem with my SB Live Player 5. If you want record only one source from this you have to mute others. Contents 1 Card specific information 1. The problem is that mixer for SB Live is broken and for digital speakers there is no way to control PCM volume and then when tone controls are on signal is saturated and disortion is there. Many thanks in advance! You can check at all is working or not as expected with:.
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Find More Posts by petkov. Seems like a buggy driver for the surround for my SounBlaster Live!
Everything works like it should, except the “Side speakers”. The controls that have been tested and verified are: I can’t find any way to control the overall “Master” volume. How do I get the driver to truly use 5.
Emu10k1 Linux driver – Freecode
Playing music with aplay -D plughw: You can enable the playing of this by adding “-af surround” before the “-channels 4” option on the command line for MPlayer. All of my recent work to allow Linux users to use the full capabilities of their hardware has been inspired by the kX Project. With alsa in Linud that “trick” doesn’t work. Just sound on the back speakers. I have a wintv board and the bt87x driver was added to this version of alsa, so it was also added to my system – the problem is that I lost sound under KDE.
I just found out that my Audigy 4 non-pro sounds clearer when I use mplayer to upsample my audio data to 96kHz, instead of sending it in Just something to keep in mind if you have a similar setup.
This will allow you to load your modules at boot time. Can it be that what is missing is a “wakeup soundcard” command in my resume script? Lihux explains how to build from source emi10k1.
Emu10k1 Linux driver
It emu101 be nice if there were some sort of easy to read description of how the SB-Live works internally. You can also use the graphical tool gnome-alsamixer -zp or you could try “qamix” from: I suggest that people with other cards Audigy in particular? For older distros or users who prefer not to use Kmidyou can check out another tutorial here:.
There is “Analog Mix Capture” for capture volume.
Try use alsamixer console application. Any inputs are appreciated.
The driver supports 5. Some of the other stuff may fail in the compile, but the asfxload utility comes out compiled, and – voila – you have soundfonts!
snd-emu10k1 – Debian Wiki
I’m not able to reach decent volume levels both for the analog speakers and the inputs – line in, mic, digital etc. For more information see this link. As far as I know, this behaviour is different than with most LiveDrives manufactured by Creative. I finally figured it out a few hours ago. The card is supposed to be able to do kHz stereo, but I suppose that’s not yet implemented in the emu10k1 driver?
But what i want is a simple way to adjust the general volume for wave playback xmms, mplayer etc. I’m not saying that the volume is so low I can’t hear anything. Luckily, I found a solution after some googling.
Sound Blaster Live!/Audigy and E-MU Digital Audio Systems devices
This decoder and the SB Live! If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. I could not even route the sound to the rear speakers