paul at linuxaudiosystems.com
Sun Jun 28 14:47:31 CEST 2015
That command makes no sense at all.
I do use the ALSA loopback driver all the time. There is very
extensive documentation at:
but for many people I suspect this is too long, too detailed, too
explanatory. I keep meaning to write up a short more "just do this"
document but have not done so yet.
On Sun, Jun 28, 2015 at 6:46 AM, Matt Flax <flatmax at flatmax.org> wrote:
> I have found that I can run "jackd -L 2 -d driver" to start a loopback with
> a particular master 'driver'.
> On 28/06/15 17:08, Matt Flax wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> Does anyone have any examples on how to use the loopback driver ?
>> If I want to drive an ALSA system and also have loopback going for
>> everything which hits the ALSA output, is that possible ?
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>> Jack-Devel at lists.jackaudio.org
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