[linux-audio-user] TiMidity++ and FluidSynth

Mark Constable markc at renta.net
Thu Dec 4 07:56:54 EST 2003

On Thu, 4 Dec 2003 01:17 pm, LinuxMedia wrote:
> What I was referring to was being able to record what comes from SB
> Live's Hardware Wavetable output (directly) to an audio file. So while
> I'm triggering the sounds in the Hardware Wavetable (with My keyboard
> controller), the output is not only being directed out to the speakers,
> but I'm recording it directly to a WAV file (using ecasound) while I
> play. This is done by enabling the "capture mode" on the "Music" slider
> (in alsamixer). Press the "space bar" while the "Music" slider is
> highlighted. You should see "CPTUR" above the "Music" slider. I've used
> this approach to record the wavetable output with several recording
> programs.

So would this still apply, if say Timidity was in alsaseq mode with
MusE playing back thru it, and ALSO using a keyboard at the same
time aconnected to Timidity, that BOTH MusE putput and keyboard input
could be recorded to a wav file via arecord and/or ecasound ?


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