[LAD] envy24control, resp. it's successor

Tim E. Real termtech at rogers.com
Wed Dec 15 01:11:54 UTC 2010

(Repost, I replied to our MusE list!)

On December 14, 2010 06:47:31 am David Santamauro wrote:
> Hi Niels,
> On Mon, 13 Sep 2010 17:36:11 -0700
> Niels Mayer <nielsmayer at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 2:25 PM, Ralf Mardorf
> >
> > <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net> wrote:
> > >Pardon, I didn't follow the progress of envy24control. Did you finish
> > > the recently development and if so, where can we/I get the latest
> > > source code?
> >
> > http:// mudita24.googlecode.com
> >
> > Status: still at 1.03. Waiting for Tim E. Real to commit and then will
> > release 1.04. Or use Tim's current patches (see link above).

I apologize, haven't had any time to complete the work.
I did quietly commit once more later on I think (I hope?), un-announced.
Its current state is my current state, there's nothing new to add right now.

I was so worried that changing from hard-coded slider min/max 
 and scale markings, to values obtained from asking ALSA, was the
 right thing to do. I felt it was, to support different, unknown, perhaps 
 yet-to-be-sold cards. 

We had good discussions on the list about the issues and where
 it could go from here. Everyone contributed good points and
 a good understanding of its shortcomings and issues.
Neils pointed out there's still some things to take care before we move on
 like some spacing issues, and of course we must deal with the
 meters, db markings, and slider height lining up correctly.

Fons pointed out his card gives him an extra button below the first slider,
 for adjustable hardware input level, which kind of ruined the uniform look
 of the sliders.
It works fine as is I think, but yeah, must continue with work on it.

> >
> > Niels
> > http://nielsmayer.com
> ...quick question on the "Monitor PCMs" tab: Why are there 2 sliders
> per PCM out? Shouldn't L/R Gang join channels 1 & 2, 3 & 4 etc...
Oh, is the gang not working? It was last I checked.
Oh wait, maybe I see what you mean, replace the two sliders with only one, 
 when gang is on?
We talked about replacing this with a pan knob or slider, like the 
 Windows version.

So many good ideas came out, a good vision of what it could be,
 but it takes time to implement them.



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