[linux-audio-user] envy24control

alex dray ffwlogos at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 17 07:47:01 EST 2003

hi, i don't mean to change the thread but, i was wondering if anyone knows 
(or has used) OSC with Pure Data before. I Am trying to set up a server to 
stream the output of a PD file, but am not quite sure of the logistics: i.e. 
icecast or shoutcast or what?

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>My TerraTec DMX 6Fire 24/96 does the same thing. I haven't had any problems 
>with it, so I wouldn't worry.
>At 02:35 AM 3/17/2003, you wrote:
>>I have a Delta 44 card, when using envy24control it shows 10 PCM out 
>>channels, when I play an audio file that uses pcm out, all ten channels 
>>meters show activity, and any of these channels can set the volume for pcm 
>>out. My question, is there a way to disable any of these channels, a 
>>driver option maybe? My understanding of the card itself is that its 
>>4in/4out, thanks.

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